Tabletop Loose Parts - Creative Activity For Kids - No Time For Flash Cards
If you aren’t familiar with the idea of loose parts it’s the idea that giving kids groups of loose parts ( branches, logs, rocks etc..) they can create their outdoor play space instead of being limited by the playground designer’s imagination . I absolutely adore this and at our church playground that doubles as a […]
Loose parts organization. Everything about this classroom was so carefully planned. The observation panels are at the child's level, wooden "pretend"plates on the table, pictures of the children using the materials..≈ ≈
Play Dough Invitations for Every Month of the Year - Fantastic Fun & Learning
Use this quick reference guide to set up creative play dough invitations kids will love for every month of the year.
Me! Me! Me! - Stimulating Learning
Activities in the Early Years classroom linked with faces & "All about Me"...
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Sand Tray and Loose Parts: One Perfect Day | An Everyday Story
Explorations for Toddlers and Preschoolers: Create an inviting Zen garden with sand and natural materials. A guest post by One Perfect Day.
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6 Playful Name Provocations
At the beginning of every year my teaching partner and I incorporate lots of name recognition, construction, and writing provocations to engage children. Here are some of our favourites so far this year. This invitation to play begs for children to think about constructing names, patterning, and measurement. Some children have added dice and used their…