One to one correspondence. Link just goes to google, but this is a good idea for an interactive display

Loose Parts Number Exploration Math Activity Fine Motor Skills, Gift for Kids, Montessori Classroom, Reggio Emilia, Teacher Resources

Provocations are so much more inviting when using reflective surfaces and beautiful bowls and trays ≈≈

Provocations are so much more inviting when using reflective surfaces and beautiful bowls and trays from Thanks for the heads-up on this great treasure trove!

The Outdoor Classroom Provocations & Beautiful Materials Take a moment and picture this … Jake and Ian rush down the sidewalk racing yellow trucks. Elise relaxingly swings in the shady hammock. Emyrsen and Cassie talk beneath a tree, begin to laugh, and run off. Sloane uses all her might to roll a tire up the …

The Outdoor Classroom Provocations & Beautiful Materials Take a moment and picture this … Jake and Ian rush down the sidewalk racing yellow trucks. Elise relaxingly swings in the shady hammock. Emyrsen and Cassie talk beneath a tree, begin to laugh, and r

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.

Reggio-inspired provocation while kindergarteners explored two dimensional shapes

Exploring shapes with kindergarteners

I have found that when teaching kindergarten, at many times throughout the year I loop back around to concepts to help my students dig even deeper into the materials, concepts, and standards.

Handwriting has never been easy to teach to kindergartners, but it is in the Common Core Standards that they learn how to print letters corr...

Handwriting has never been easy to teach to kindergartners, but it is in the Common Core Standards that they learn how to print letters corr...

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