Using Clothespins to Display Student Work - Learning In Wonderland

Using Clothespins to Display Student Work

Next year I want a place to DISPLAY STUDENT WORK! Using clothespins, scrapbook paper and ribbon to make a great display for kids' work. Super glue push pins on the back of the clothespins.

The Play Lady: The Importance of Play

"It's Not Just Play" (from MHC Early Childhood Solutions) - this is why early childhood educators do more than just 'play'. <<< play is the work of children

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.

Display looking at the skills children master when they are enjoying sand play. EYFS

A display documenting the skills children are developing as they are enjoying sand play.

Continuous provision in your book area can have a massive impact on the early years environment. Read Early Years Careers top tips to enhance your book area.

Continuous provision in your book area can have a massive impact on the early years environment. Read Early Years Careers top tips to enhance your book area.

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