Still life art: seasonal

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

we set up a provocation or invitation to learn "about me."

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.

Exploring Reggio Series: Making faces - Using natural playdough and interestingly textured loose materials, we explored faces. {from An Everyday Story}

Making Faces: Playdough Self Portraits

Self-awareness practice: Exploring Reggio Series: Making faces - Using natural playdough and interestingly textured loose materials, we explored faces. {from An Everyday Story}

Books in the block area, provides ideas and options to create structures. A MUST!

Books in the Block/Construction Center give the students ideas and options as they create their structures.LOVE the napkin holder idea for books!

Rock Inquiry Provocation. Lots of other Reggio-inspired science and math provocations. (Living-Non-living, I see, I think, I wonder)

Rock Inquiry Provocation: using rocks, books, magnifying glasses, art and writing materials and mirrors to explore rocks.

Exploring lines and shapes

The Secret to How to Teach Handwriting

Exploring lines: using hand drawn lines on rocks for play. Challenging pre-writers to distinguish between straight and curved lines to help build their understanding of shape and help establish correct letter and number formation later

kids activity

have divided into fractions with the natural materials to invite play with proportions & fractions

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Welcome to a New Year of Kindergarten: A Tour of Important Areas of Our Room

environmental art-loose parts Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Welcome to a New Year of Kindergarten: A Tour of Important Areas of Our Room

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