Playing with Maps - open-ended exploration for preschoolers from picklebums.com

Playing with Maps

Playing with Maps - open-ended exploration for preschoolers.this is an amazing idea.

Invitation to play... Map making from Play Based Inquiry (",)

This would make a wonderful entry event for the map unit. Interesting provocation map making includes books, samples pens and clip boards interesting idea

Block Play Challenges

graders build Block-Tunnels & paper Maps for navigation challenges (via tishylishy)

We drew lines and corners onto stones using a nail varnish pen and we used these to make shapes, lines, trails and even roads. The children really enjoyed seeing how long they could make the road and wondered if Mr Bee Bot Robot would be able to follow the line. Lots of questions being asked, problems being solved and working #together happening in preschool during this activity. #eyfs

We drew lines and corners onto stones using a nail varnish pen and we used these to make shapes, lines, trails and even roads

Weather Forecasting - Pretend to be a weather forecaster by dragging the symbols onto the map of the UK.

Graphics - This image shows how the weather is going to be like in the different zones.


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