7 Creative Ways to Play with Loose Parts | Be inspired to try a new way of playing with loose parts today. 7 favourite activities for kids! | Little Worlds Big Adventures

7 Creative Ways to Play with Loose Parts

Be inspired to try a new way of playing with loose parts today. 7 favourite activities for kids!

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.

Here's a post with a wealth of ideas for setting up a patterning kit or station.

Reggio-inspired mathematics: patterning kit - Mathematics and Science in SD (Richmond)

A sorting provocation. The first discussion asked children what they thought sorting was. As a lead up question children were asked what things we sort in our classroom. Here are some responses which supported their understanding and linkage to real life applications: sorting materials at construction, sorting in the Tenzies game, sorting the Russian Dolls, sorting our kind of writing (e.g. lists, books, cards, etc.), sorting markers, paint brushes, and books.

A sorting provocation. The first discussion asked children what they thought…

The Theory of Loose Parts: Using simple materials to enhance play #reggioinspired #looseparts

The Theory of Loose Parts: Simple materials to enhance play

The Theory of Loose Parts: Using simple materials to enhance play. The theory of loose parts was developed in 1971 by by an English landscape architect. It did not originate with Reggio Emilia.

Learn with Play at Home: Using Loose Parts for Play. Learning Naturally

Using Loose Parts for Play. Learning Naturally

Learn with Play at Home: Using Loose Parts for Play. Loads of brilliant ideas for using stuff already around the house for play and learning maths concepts

Reggio Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Preschool Activities, Motor Activities, Invitation, Play, Reggio Emilia, Eyfs, Finger Gym

The Theory of Loose Parts: The Right to be Creative | Little Worlds Big Adventures

The Theory of Loose Parts: The Right to be Creative

The Theory of Loose Parts: The Right to be Creative | Little Worlds Big Adventures

Blocks are a great standard loose parts. Blocks turn into so many creations, such as a castle, boat, house, or skyscraper. We love adding in...

Blocks are a great standard loose parts. Blocks turn into so many creations, such as a castle, boat, house, or skyscraper. We love adding in.

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