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How many shades of green can you find? Colour chart match for the garden. Pick up one from your local DIY store. http://kidsinthegarden.co.uk
Creating Wild Art: Forest Faces
'Wild Art' is quite simply creating art or craft from the materials found in a natural environment. Making forest faces is one of the simplest and most enjoyable activities that can be done in a woodland setting. In fact, we've done this activity twice in the past week because we enjoyed it so much.
On Display: Acorn School
Within our classroom we have become very inspired by various approaches to early childhood education, which compliment our Full-Day Early Learning-Kindergarten Program document and the Ontario curriculum. Our eclectic approach consists of constructivism, inquiry-based learning, play-based learning, math problem solving, Reggio-Emilia inspiration, Montessori inspiration, and Waldorf inspiration to name a few. This Friday I wanted to feature Acorn School in Richmond Hill and spotlight their…
fun outdoor craft using all sorts of items from nature! good for exploring nature, fine motor, sensory, and for body awareness activity.
Summer Fun- Two Weekends
A mini Santos workshop in Vancouver was Thur, Fri ,Sat last week with only four of us the fun we had took days to recover from... cheeks hurt from all the laughing and our eyes burned from lack of sleep. We only went out for the basics like picking up some Cougar Gold cheese, and a stop at the Goodwill Bins. This picture was taken around midnight Saturday as you can see by the bunny ears we are still having fun. Suzanne's back garden is natural and full of birds this is a Flicker with her…