This is what we need- a portable loose parts tray for our transient art section! I think a good selection is important- but not taking up our working space!
Circles, spots and polka dots study — loose parts play (Growing Inch by Inch)
Provocation using silvery materials. Steel wire, foil, screws, tea light cups, pipe cleaners etc. Inspiring in a slightly unexpected way - Reggio Emilia inspirerte pedagoger i Norge ≈≈
The provision of frames adds an extra dimension to this art from
Jewelery Box Play - what a great idea
A pretend backyard tea party activity - with natural items!
Nice idea for an investigation area.
Provocation allows children to translate their thinking…
Loose parts - Richland Academy
Natural play space for all loose parts materials.
Sensory learning area from Hillcrest Primary School. image shared by Walker Learning Approach: Personalised Learning. We are currently developing our investigation area in Pre-school and this is a good example
MacMag Online: Ten tips to increase production in the Science classroom
Kiwi Teacher: Reggio Emilia~Sand trays with tools
Casa Maria's Creative Learning Zone: Loose Parts
Spring is in the Air - Stimulating Learning
Working with children for a few years now I've come to realise that real equipment often has far more appeal for little ones than plasti.
Science learning area from Sandringham Primary School; love the fence with vines