A sorting provocation. The first discussion asked children what they thought sorting was. As a lead up question children were asked what things we sort in our classroom. Here are some responses which supported their understanding and linkage to real life applications: sorting materials at construction, sorting in the Tenzies game, sorting the Russian Dolls, sorting our kind of writing (e.g. lists, books, cards, etc.), sorting markers, paint brushes, and books.

A sorting provocation. The first discussion asked children what they thought…

Measuring provocation

I want to extend a big thank you to those of you that came out last week for our 'Kindergarten Parent Math Night'! It was great to get toget.

Incorporating Reggio methods in a "traditional" school setting

Some wonderful ideas for math and science here, but keep in mind some of the language activities are for first graders so wouldn't be appropriate for preschoolers. Incorporating Reggio methods in a "traditional" school setting

Wonders in Kindergarten: Shape Shadows: Exploring 2D and 3D Shapes Using the Overhead Projector

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

A New Year and A New Environment of Wonder! http://www.wondersinkindergarten.blogspot.ca/2015/09/a-new-year-and-new-environment-of-wonder.html

We were faced with a bit of a challenge this year when setting up our classroom environment. Being in a small space with a set-up that worke.

Here's a post with a wealth of ideas for setting up a patterning kit or station.

Reggio-inspired mathematics: patterning kit - Mathematics and Science in SD (Richmond)

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