Simple Science Experiment for Kids - What Melts in the Sun? Perfect activity for a hot day!

Simple Science Experiment for Kids: What Melts in the Sun?

End of the Year & Summer Simple Science Experiment for Kids - What Melts in the Sun? Perfect activity for a hot day!

science-ramps We also have different materials to put on the boards, such as bubble wrap, wax paper, and sandpaper for the children to test which materials help or prevent cars from rolling down

Ramps in the Science Center

February - Movement: Simple Machines Unit Study - Example of using signs in the science center to add print to the pre-k classroom

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

Can you stack 5 rocks? Reggio inspired approach to math -provocation at Mathematics and Science in School District #38 (Richmond) ≈≈

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

Passionately Curious: Learning in a Reggio Inspired Kindergarten Environment

Passionately Curious: Learning in a Reggio Inspired Kindergarten Environment: FDK Learning Environment: What messages are you sending your c.

Invitation to Draw Fall Leaves

Invitation to Draw Fall Leaves

Invitation to Draw Fall Leaves - Munchkins and Moms I’m excited for the opportunity to study fall with my boys! I plan on making a beautiful.

Love this idea! Build a bug activity. To use with our microscope bug slides in spring!

Explore Insect Compositions with tangible materials, reference books and Reggio-inspired setting. (via Imagine Learning Center)

Exploring Pumpkins | Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten | Bloglovin

Exploring Pumpkins (Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten)

I set out some areas to look closer at pumpkins, gourds and apples since these are things we are seeing a lot of at this time of year! The kids started exploring and documenting what they noticed righ

By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE. When I first began teaching early childhood education about three decades ago, there were many discussions about the language that we use to name what we do. I rememb…

Invitations, Provocations and Reflective Practice

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