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

reggio-inspired Archive - Mathematics and Science in SD#38 (Richmond)

the mathematical affordances of materials: geoboards two ways - Mathematics and Science in SD (Richmond)

inquiry Archive - Mathematics and Science in SD#38 (Richmond)

Math questions as part of Reggio-based provocations & Inquiry (via Richmond School District)

Wonder Wall with all the kids' pictures for them to write their questions. Use for Meet the teacher day...Students ask their parents a question and the parent answers them

Wonder Wall with all the kids' pictures for them to write their questions. Even better if the children are pulling thinking poses in their photos! scratching their head, stroking their chin, looking up to the sky, etc.

A Spoonful of Learning: First Week of School!

Each week with a new letter - Letters in Names ~ easy to adapt day after day for letter recognition and a different daily math chart (counting to compare as is)

What can you create with shapes? Great STEM/STEAM activity. LOVE the way these children are thinking!

Wonders in Kindergarten: Shape Shadows: Exploring and Shapes Using the Overhead Projector

Pizza math provocation to encourage and support dramatic play

Pizza math provocation to encourage and support dramatic play. Ideas from an inquiry-based FDK classroom.

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