Stomping in the Mud
Our little Stompers' imaginations and creative energy flourished during our cold and wet February. They filled their time with us by exploring, socialising, climbing, jumping and balancing, with an energy that is always surprising to us no matter how challenging the weather is. I heard they were making apple pie in the wheel barrow....Yum! See you in April. Thanks for Stomping by!
Another great example of utilizing natural and recycled materials in the block center and for loose parts. Stumps are great for building and helps children make connections to nature.
Educating Kids on Instagram: “Create your very own jungle world using a selection of loose parts and a sand tray. #jungle #wild #animals #looseparts #animalplay…”
233 Likes, 23 Comments - Educating Kids (@educating_kids) on Instagram: “Create your very own jungle world using a selection of loose parts and a sand tray. #jungle #wild…”
Exploring Measurement Through Play - Mass
I want to encourage a love of learning in my children with all areas of life and that includes maths. I never really liked maths as a young learner but when I think of math as a hands-on play-based way to learn about the world, math is SO much fun! One topic of maths is measurement and this includes mass (weight), length, time, area, temperature and volume. The first concept we are going to look at here is mass. So here is my simple set up to encourage my children to explore measurement…