Invitation to play with shapes and loose parts. Fun learning idea for recognising shapes, colours and patterns for toddlers and preschoolers.

Invitation to play with shapes

Begin to combine shapes to make new shapes Begin to identify physical attributes of objects Imitate the actions of others as they explore objects Copy patterns and rhythms with objects

"A Circle of Learning" Each child created a clay figure of themselves which was joined together into a large circle symbolizing their friendship and collaborative learning.

"A Circle of Learning" Each child created a clay figure of themselves which was joined together into a large circle symbolizing their friendship and collaborative learning. Love this as a way to build classroom community

A new provocation to extend our learning about 3D shapes! C. C. Did a great job creating a cube!

A new provocation to extend our learning about shapes: Easy FDK centre activity that could be used in older grades if adapted.

The Outdoor Classroom Provocations & Beautiful Materials Take a moment and picture this … Jake and Ian rush down the sidewalk racing yellow trucks. Elise relaxingly swings in the shady hammock. Emyrsen and Cassie talk beneath a tree, begin to laugh, and run off. Sloane uses all her might to roll a tire up the …

The Outdoor Classroom Provocations & Beautiful Materials Take a moment and picture this … Jake and Ian rush down the sidewalk racing yellow trucks. Elise relaxingly swings in the shady hammock. Emyrsen and Cassie talk beneath a tree, begin to laugh, and r


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