Look What We Can Build

'Look what we can build' - homemade book portraying children's constructions, photos and their handwritten labels

Bricklaying for Kids. Invitation to Play.

Bricklaying for Kids. Invitation to Play.

Kindergarten Lifestyle: Blocks/Building Center FREEBIE.  Links to something totally different :( Keep the pin so can make own later.

Kindergarten Lifestyle: Blocks/Building Center FREEBIE. Links to something totally different :( Keep the pin so can make own later.

Teacher Tom is constructing with whatever is available, e.g. bits of wood, picture frame corners, plastic tubes with lids, cigar boxes, pieces of fabric, carpet samples, florist marbles, egg cartons, car keys, old CDs & yoghurt containers (",)

Teacher Tom is constructing with whatever is available, e.g. bits of wood, picture frame corners, plastic tubes with lids, cigar boxes, pieces of fabric, carpet samples, florist marbles, egg cartons, car keys, old CDs & yoghurt containers (",)


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Rosalie Cooperative School of Young Children - A Parent Co-Op and Playgroup Inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach in New Mexico

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use photos of the actual children in the classroom attached to wooden blocks.  These blocks can be used by the children to play, pretend, and develop language skills throughout their learning centers.  These ‘block people’ give the children relative people to play with rather than plastic, painted figures that could be store bought.

Wooden blocks come alive with faces of Day Nursery children

use photos of the actual children in the classroom attached to wooden blocks. These blocks can be used by the children to play, pretend, and develop language skills throughout their learning centers. These ‘block people’ give the children relative people to play with rather than plastic, painted figures that could be store bought.

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