Spirals and other Patterns (free printable) from Rachel (",)

Lots of Lines

Tabletop loose parts creative activity for kids... Love this kind of open ended building and creating activity

Tabletop Loose Parts - Creative Activity For Kids

Tabletop loose parts creative activity for kids. Love this kind of open ended building and creating activity Emilia emilia ideas classroom art

Making Faces. Loose parts in the finger gym.

Provide children with large cork circles and baskets of looseparts. Another fun twist would be to use mirrors or metal trays instead of cork circles.

The Theory of "Loose Parts" : loose parts are materials that can be moved, carried, combined, redesigned, lined up, and taken apart and put back together in multiple ways. They are materials with no specific set of directions that can be used alone or combined with other materials.

Loose Parts play: Did you know that studies indicate that children actually prefer to play with stones, bricks, stumps, sand and other natural materials, rather than with carefully designed (by adults) playground equipment?

Invitation to play with shapes and loose parts. Fun learning idea for recognising shapes, colours and patterns for toddlers and preschoolers.

Invitation to play with shapes

Invitation to play with shapes and loose parts. Fun learning idea for recognising shapes, colours and patterns for toddlers and preschoolers.

Hanging baskets under the tuff spot for storage of loose parts.

Hanging baskets for loose parts storage, these would naturally drain after rain or sprinklers, so no standing water.

What Are Loose Parts - Bring Back Children’s Play

Let Kids Be Kids: Using Adventure and Nature to Bring Back Children’s Play

By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE.& love loose parts. I love playing with loose parts and sharing loose parts with other educators. My hope is when adults mess about with loose parts that there will be&

let the children play: loose parts play (nice, self-draining solution for things that will be out in the rain — plus it uses the fence!)

SImple Sandbox Ideas: Easy, inexpensive toys, play ideas and storage ideas for your backyard sandbox. PS: Not sure about the term "Hooligans" Doesn't it have negative connotations?

Loose parts come in all different shapes, sizes and colors. They stimulate the imagination and develop fine motor skills in kids of all ages. Set up invitations to play and see the true beauty of childhood innocence come forth while kids explore their prompts.

Loose Parts Play: 32 Invitations

Loose parts come in all different shapes, sizes and colors. They stimulate the imagination and develop fine motor skills in kids of all ages. Set up invitations to play and see the true beauty of childhood innocence come forth while kids explore their pro

The Theory of Loose Parts: Using simple materials to enhance play

The Theory of Loose Parts: Simple materials to enhance play

The Theory of Loose Parts: Using simple materials to enhance play. The theory of loose parts was developed in 1971 by by an English landscape architect. It did not originate with Reggio Emilia.

Outdoor loose parts play

Learning at full capacity A playground of loose parts Teacher Tom Inspiration for using loose materials in the outdoor area.

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