Environments created for children to engage with the natural and exciting world around them

Teach Your Child to Read - Environments created for children to engage with the natural and exciting world around them - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.

Inspirational school libraries from around the world – gallery

Inspirational school libraries from around the world – gallery

Would be awesome to have this on the live auction as something someone can buy for the school and name the library after them. Inspirational school libraries from around the world – gallery

Reading area - if you go down in the woods today

I like the idea of providing students with a separate dedicated reading area that is quite and comfy. I would use this for inspiration for when I create an area in my own classroom.

chalk wall for the indoor play room

Chalkboard paint ideas

Sheer sarong covering cheap garden arches in the small world area - from Rachel (",)

Holidays, beach, sea and ocean activities for the Early Years classroom - from Stimulating Learning with Rachel

Toy shelves from This Brown Wren.

Organized and visual play materials - LW ----------this brown wren: toys open-ended toys organized in baskets

Hanging Branch Artwork Display :: I would paint the branch (maybe glitter it up, too) and pop it into a kid's room. Love it!

Very groovy using a tree branch as a "Natural Display" for a Kids Art Show. [Original post copy: Reggio Emilia: Hanging Art - Children's Self Portraits suspended from a tree branch]

Lavender scented rice for calming sensory play

10 Calming Activities for Wind Down Time

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My life on a daily basis! People who overthink feel like they can’t turn off their brains. They are constantly questioning, second guessing, evaluating. So much so that they create “analysis paralysis”, or the inability to make decisions.

This has worked at our home for several years now. There is no yelling, there is no arguing. What you see is what you get! raising children, kids, #kids parenting

Behavior Chart: Begin at "Good Job" every day. If a child is on any green space at the end of the day they get 5 pom poms in their jar. When the jar is full the child gets their pre-chosen reward (treat, prize, night out with mom or dad, etc.

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