Someday I will make my own cloud. DIY How To Make A Cloud | Great Idea for Party Decor or Photo Backdrop

DIY: How to make a cloud! Wish I had know this when Nadja asked for a cloud for Xmas, we only came up with a dry ice version. She still has a jar of "condensed" cloud though. The cloud can be suspended from ceiling with light behind

Problem solving for transporting water

Rr - Rain (Sensory) "It's Raining" station for the sensory table in pre-kindergarten. Add colored animals or dinos for them to sort while playing in the water:)

How to make tinker trays for kids for open ended process art - Reggio Inspired

Make Tinker Trays

How to make tinker trays for kids for open ended process art - Reggio Inspired Idea for Art 180 project: kids create tinker boxes for play with younger learners or other kids with disabilities?

Mud garden! Could also use these for sensory tubs full of rice, wheat, beans, corn etc. that could be taken in when they are done with but the birds can do the sweep up!

Top 20 of Mud Kitchen Ideas for Kids

Sand and water table idea outdoor 20 mud kitchen ideas in mini decoration 2 with outdoor kitchen mud kitchen inspiration best of

Fairy Liquid and corn flour. Sensory Learning. Malleable Material. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning. Creative Development.

Creative Playhouse: Bubble Dough using 1 cup cornflour and cup of washing up liquid or liquid hand soap.

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills - a better idea than using paper that then has to be recycled or worked into a project

Invitation to draw fall leaves

Ikea hack: Tolsby frames in the classroom and homeschool

Painting ice cubes

Why not try this creative activity with your toddlers, it is a great activity to help children learn about colour mixing (Mix Babies Sensory Play)

Role play farm shop with real ffruit and veg kids love it.

Role play farmers market (with real fruits & vegetables or pretend; if real you can having a tasting graph and sample eating contest and take some extra home to share with their families)!

FS1 This week we are learning to..... This is above the signing in activity

I'm having an aha moment. Hewitt came through our school, she recommended all teachers posting a poster outside the classroom door that identified the curriculum goals for children and adults ali

More than just a bookshelf by Teach Preschool - clipboards on the back (",)

Getting the most value out of a bookshelf in the preschool classroom

Making clipboards and paper available to encourage children to represent and document their ideas with drawings, invented writing/spelling, dictation

Outdoor mark making area

plant pots would be good for storing stones, bark, sticks, shells etc outdoors as they have drainage so wouldn't matter when it rains

let the children play: Handy ideas for storing loose parts for play

"loose parts play" storage - rocks, sticks, and other materials are sorted into baskets so children can find them. "Loose parts play" = using objects without a set purpose to create.