The above invitation to learn, includes circular bases which act as a canvas for creating self-portraits out of loose-parts. Wooden bowls ;buttons, gems, yarn and beads, and mirrors ( look closely at the various features of their faces.} A word wall specific to "self-portraits" and clipboards also help students to add detail to their work and draw and write about what they create/ book relating to provocation is added shared during read-aloud

The above invitation to learn, includes circular bases which act as a canvas for creating self-portraits out of loose-parts.buttons, gems, yarn and beads, and mirrors ( look closely at the various features of their faces.

“A nest building #learninginvitation with cinnamon playdough, natural materials, yarn, and little eggs and chicks to extend our bird inquiry …”

A nest building learning investigation and sensory exploration with cinnamon playdough, natural materials, yarn, and little eggs and chicks to extend our bird inquiry. Good for a Science center

Thinking and Learning in Room 122: Our 2015 Learning Environment!

Our 2015 Learning Environment!

We are so excited about another year in Room We have worked hard to set up our classroom environment to be a 'third teacher' for ou.

'Not a Stick' charming book provocation for creative imagination at school (Via Natalie Giulianelli)

Not a Stick provocation - using your imagination - art, language, science possibilities.

Invitation to create portraits with play dough & loose parts.

Invitation to create portraits with play dough & loose parts. Love the empty frames

How many different patterns can you make? Mathematics and Science in School District #38 (Richmond) ≈≈

Mathematics and Science in School District (Richmond): Reggio-Inspired Mathematics: Professional Learning

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I love invitations to play! This one looks so intriguing! Could be adapted to many age groups.

Colour mixing provocation - from Rachel (",)

A variety of activities linked with colour, for the Early Years classroom - from Rachel (",)

A welcoming Reggio Pattern provocation invites Mathematical thinking with Recycled caps, buttons, etc. for Patterning with Loose Parts! (Via Instagram)

What a cool way to create interest in making patterns I love the example in the picture frame. Mathematical thinking with Recycled caps, buttons, etc.

Mathematics and Science in School District #38 (Richmond): mathematical provocations in K/1 classrooms

Patterns - Mathematics and Science in School District (Richmond): mathematical provocations in classrooms

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