Mirrors & loose parts. The Inspired Child ≈≈

Mirrors & loose parts can provide a pleasing environment to begin a school day (Via The Inspired Child)

I love this idea! The snowman melts and children observe and measure!

British Columbia Kindergarten Social Studies and Science: Earth and Space - Surroundings "demonstrate the ability to observe their environment"The children build a snowman and then use math manipulatives to measure him before (and while) melting.

Playing with sound - great inquiry for science center or small group along with a "I Notice/I Wonder" chart.

Do You Hear That? - Experiments with Sound

This book is fantastic...a friend got it for a gift and read it out loud to a bunch of adults at a party and I remember thinking, the kids I work with need to read this.

Fishpond Australia, What Do You Do with an Idea? by Mae Besom (Illustrated ) Kobi Yamada. Buy Books online: What Do You Do with an Idea?, ISBN Mae Besom (Illustrated by) Kobi Yamada

The Wonder Box is a great way to explore and encourage questions with your students.

The Wonder Box is a great way to explore and encourage questions with your students. I encourage you all to try it and see what happens :-)

Create Dream Explore: A Great Read Aloud For Inquiry Based Learning

A Great Read Aloud For Inquiry Based Learning

What does invisible look like? At the Sunflower School ≈≈

What does invisible look like? At the Sunflower School ≈≈ I wonder,if this stemmed from a child thinking invisible meant translucent?

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