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DIY children's grocery store. No tutorial on how to make the PVC awning, but you could probably figure it out.

DIY PVC Children's Grocery Store {Tutorial

DIY Children's grocery store - would be cute for a reading corner or play kitchen. reminds me of how my granny greer and I set up our play store.

we have an easel but not the space for it - this is a fabulous idea!

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Diy Art Station Let your kids' inner artist take center stage with this easy-to-assemble wall-mounted art station. Great how it takes up less space than an art easel!

Outdoor stage area for an EYFS with limited space!

Outdoor stage area for an EYFS with limited space! For music area We can use pallets n paint them?

Outdoor creative play, art and building material.  Lauren - do you have an outdoor area for Arts for Life?  There are lots of great boards with ideas!  :)

boxes for sorting and keeping natural play objects - let the children play: reggio-inspired learning environments part 3

Continuous provision in the sand area- Glass pebbles, containers: including egg cups, trinket boxes, wooden bowls, scoops: including spoons, honey spoons, wooden scoops for herbs, shells and different found stones and pebbles. All displayed in matching baskets that are labelled with photo images which are labelled.

Continuous provision in the sand area- Glass pebbles, containers: including egg cups, trinket boxes, wooden bowls, scoops: including spoons, honey spoons, wooden scoops for herbs, shells and different found stones and pebbles. All displayed in matching baskets that are labelled with photo images which are labelled.

This would be a great reading area that I think the kids would love!

An old bathtub as a reading space, I need a bath tub this would be so flipping awesome to do love it.

Sand area- continuous provision. Includes yoghurt pots an spoons for making sandcastles, metal funnels, scoops (metal measuring spoons, honey spoons, teaspoons,) sieves (sink drainers, tea strainers, salt and pepper pots,) containers, glass pebbles and treasures, natural resources including driftwood, shells and pebbles.

There has been mixed views on continuous provision planning, some people say it is very time consuming where as others find it more effective in planning for children's individual needs.