Learning to write: Creating letters with loose parts {from Adventures in Kindergarten: Discovery Time}

Learning to write: Creating letters with loose parts {from Adventures in Kindergarten: Discovery Time} Need: glass or pony beads, mirrors, index cards with letters written on them, 1 basket for beads and 1 basket for index cards,

Some procovations lead to very specific activities, but your questions help the children to take their learning in its own direction

Floral inspired art projects not only provide super opportunities to use art materials, but we all enjoy how beautiful flowers make us feel! Put mixing trays with blues, yellows and greens?

Still life art: seasonal. See page for details. https://www.facebook.com/pages/For-the-Children/170943436350531?ref=tn_tnmn

For the Children: Inspired by Nature: Still life art with autumn harvest items.this would be great for morning work and then write about it later

Fine motor board... Try clothes. Zipper, buttons, snaps, ties, belt, shoe string, velcro, bow, helmet buckle

Locks & Latches Fine Motor Activity Board

Rock Inquiry Provocation. Lots of other Reggio-inspired science and math provocations. (Living-Non-living, I see, I think, I wonder)

Rock Inquiry Provocation: using rocks, books, magnifying glasses, art and writing materials and mirrors to explore rocks.

Winter Crafts for Kids: Creating Symmetrical Snowflakes~ Buggy and Buddy

Winter Crafts for Kids: Symmetrical Snowflake Craft

A simple but inviting spring blossoms provocation. {from Provocations and Play}

cherry blossoms provocation

Provocation, "What Letters Can You Make With Wire?" (from Wonders in Kindergarten, Ana Marie Ralph on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/BBItSCLJH2J/?taken-by=anamariaralph)

This can be used as a build a word option on literacy menus"What Words Can You Make With." Switch out the materials every 2 weeks.

Banches of evergreens in water for science center: Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers'…

trees study: Branches of evergreens in water for science center: Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Our Room: An Environment Created for Investigating

Cracking ice provocation - Stumping in the Mud ≈≈ would be fun as an archeology program, or for a game - find the missing pieces to build something to win... complete a zoo!?

Cracking ice provocation - Stumping in the Mud ≈≈ would be fun as an archeology program, or for a game - find the missing pieces to build something to win. complete a zoo!

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