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One pinner suggested, "Use train tracks as marble tracks in the block center!" I was just wondering about my existing train table/tracks, and if they are still embraced in this approach our Board appears to be moving in. The Block, Block Play, Block Center, Block Area, Play Based Learning, Early Learning, Reggio Emilia, Marble Maze, Marble Runs

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We've just moved on to marbles... And blocks and tracks... Using books for engineering inspiration... Never underestimate the power o...

Don't throw out that bubble wrap! Use it to create some fun art with bubble wrap stomp painting! The most fun you can have with bubble wrap art! (fun projects for kids at home) Sensory Activities, Infant Activities, Sensory Play, Activities For Kids, Childcare Activities, Painting Activities, Motor Activities, Kids Crafts, Educational Activities

Bubble Wrap Stomp Painting

In my home, I have a closet of kids art and activity supplies, and when I am looking for ideas, I sometimes just go and look inside and see what inspires me. Today, I noticed some easel paper and bubble wrap. We have had lots of fun with bubble wrap in the past, creating Bubble Wrap Prints and Painting with Rolling Pins and Bubble Wrap. I decided to pair up bubble wrap and paint again, but this time I wanted it to be more of a gross motor experience. And so, Bubble Wrap Stomp Painting was…

Making potions is an all time favourite. and so easy to do, Plastic bottles and funnels and plenty of water and powder paint or food colouring. This activity can cover almost every area of development (Pour Water Plastic Bottles) Eyfs Activities, Nursery Activities, Outside Activities, Educational Activities, Outdoor Activities, Activities For Kids, Capacity Activities, Maths Eyfs, Water Activities

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 72,736 likes · 31,674 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and...

Schemas: help us to remember and organize details, speed up processing time, fill in gaps in our knowledge, and interpret and evaluate new information. Several types of schemas figure importantly in person perception iin forming impressions of others. Learning Theory, Play Based Learning, Home Learning, Early Learning, Learning Activities, Characteristics Of Effective Learning, Solution Focused Therapy, Learning Stories, Reflective Practice

Schemas - fascinating, a real eye opener to understanding your child's patterns of behaviour. Once indentified great for tailoring activities and toys.

Marble Painting~a standard toddler art project that will keep them occupied for hours! Marble Painting~a standard toddler art project that will keep them occupied for hours! Toddler Art Projects, Toddler Crafts, Projects For Kids, Preschool Art, Craft Activities For Kids, Toddler Activities, Painting Activities, Science Activities, Crafts To Do

Marble Art

My kids used to LOVE marble painting. I saw a picture of this adorable kid on Pinterest doing some GIANT marble painting. Ok, besides noticing how incredibly adorable he is, look how cool his...

Schemas and the characteristics of effective learning Learning Theory, Play Based Learning, Learning Through Play, Early Learning, Kids Learning, Philosophy Of Education, Early Education, Early Childhood Education, Spiritual Development

Schemas and the characteristics of effective learning

Schemas and the characteristics of effective learning | Early Education - a handy booklet to have on hand in the setting to help identify children's schemas and plan appropriate activities to "nourish" the schema and extend learning and thinking.

This is perfect to support an enveloping schema. Heuristic resources are a fantastic way of developing an understanding of very young children’s natural interests and motivations. Eyfs Activities, Infant Activities, Baby Sensory, Sensory Play, Helping Children, Young Children, Heuristic Play, Treasure Basket, Toddler Classroom

This is perfect to support an enveloping schema. Heuristic resources are a fantastic way of developing an understanding of very young children’s natural interests and motivations.

Written by Clare Caro Schemas in Children’s Play are such an important concept when it comes to the development of our children that it’s worth taking the time to understand them so you can. Play Based Learning, Kids Learning, Creative Activities, Activities For Kids, Creative Ideas, Outside Playground, Child Care Resources, Helping Children, Young Children

Schemas in Children’s Play

Written by Clare Caro Schemas in Children’s Play are such an important concept when it comes to the development of our children that it’s worth taking the time to understand them so you can...

Written by Clare Caro Schemas in Children’s Play are such an important concept when it comes to the development of our children that it’s worth taking the time to understand them so you can. Eyfs Activities, Infant Activities, Play Based Learning, Kids Learning, Types Of Play, Sand Play, Inspired Learning, Messy Play, Preschool At Home

Schemas in Children’s Play

Written by Clare Caro Schemas in Children’s Play are such an important concept when it comes to the development of our children that it’s worth taking the time to understand them so you can...

Ways to support children's rotation and trajectory schema Bubble Activities, Toddler Learning Activities, Home Learning, Literacy Activities, Infant Activities, Early Learning, Teaching Resources, Schemas Early Years, Baby Room Ideas Early Years

How practitioners can support children’s schemas

Ideas on how to supporting children's schemas. As we know schemas are repeated patterns of behaviour and children may display one or more of these schemas

Planning for Schematic Learning in the Early Years : Karen Constable, Sandy Green Play Based Learning, Learning Through Play, Learning Stories, Schemas Early Years, What Are Schemas, Early Head Start, Reception Class, Online Marketing Tools, Classroom Environment

Planning for Schematic Learning in the Early Years : Karen Constable, Sandy Green

Planning for Schematic Learning in the Early Years : What are schemas and why should you know about them? How can schemas be identified in young children? What does schematic learning look like and how does it meet the needs of individual children? All children are different, they look different, sound different, behave in different ways and crucially they learn differently. It is a constant challenge in Early Years settings and Reception classes to provide opportunities that are ...

Threads of Thinking: Schemas and Young Children's Learning by Cathy Nutbrown - an excellent discussion of the theory behind schemas and how knowledge of this important aspect of child development ensures high quality support for learning and development. Learning Stories, Kids Learning, Schemas Early Years, Early Years Practitioner, Learning Theory, Summer Reading Lists, Kids Behavior, Early Childhood Education, Early Education

Schemas – How To Understand And Extend Your Child’s Behaviour

Threads of Thinking: Schemas and Young Children's Learning- this book explores the theory behind schemas very clearly, documenting Cathy Nutbrown's own research and making recommendations for effective practice to support children's schemas in the setting.

How to use a Mortar and Pestle in your Sensory Play! Sensory Tubs, Sensory Rooms, Sensory Activities, Sensory Play, Toddler Activities, Nanny Activities, Sensory Boards, Fairy Dust Teaching, Forest School Activities

SMASH, CRUSH, DESTROY! How to use a mortar and pestle in your sensory play!

I could not talk about messy play without mentioning mortars and pestles. This has to be one of my favorite messy tools for indoor play. Children love pounding and mashing. This harnesses the natural childhood schema of transforming - changing the state of a material. The repetitive actions of schematic play allow children to construct meaning in what they are doing. In my own classroom, I have noticed a deep satisfaction when children pound and grind found items. This gray mortar and pestle…

Young Children Learning Through Schemas: Deepening the dialogue about learning in the home and in the nursery (Pen Green Books for Early Years Educators) Play Based Learning, Home Learning, Drawing Activities, Activities For Kids, Nursery Activities, Schemas Early Years, Nursery Book, Green Books, Child Development

Young Children Learning Through Schemas: Deepening the dialogue about learning in the home and in the nursery (Pen Green Books for Early Years Educators)

Young Children Learning Through Schemas: Deepening the dialogue about learning in the home and in the nursery (Pen Green Books for Early Years Educators) eBook: Mairs, Katey, The Pen Green Team, Arnold, Cath: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store