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This board is filled with early childhood education inspiration! If you are looking for new ways to incorporate Reggio Emilia, learning through play, nature, and your outside preschool space, this board has it all! I am always looking for unique ways to display materials, art, and documentation of my students learning.

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Stick houses--provide plain and colored sticks at your math/manipulatives table for the children to create their house or apartment building.

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Delight Directed Learning A Homeschool Natural For Summertime

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The process of setting up the preschool classroom | Teach Preschool This behind the scenes look at how Deborah stores her supplies always makes me green with envy!

The process of setting up the preschool classroom

My first day of preschool begins on August 27th, 2012 and this is what my classrooms look like today! Yikes! Both classrooms are sitting empty because my husband will be painting the inside of the indoor classroom this weekend and power washing the outdoor classroom over the weekend. Indoor preschool classroom

Fab artwork on wood plank canvases by Kindergarten - image shared by Natural Inspired Environments (",)

Natural Inspired Environments

Natural Inspired Environments added a new photo.

LEARNING STORIES--this is an interesting idea. Te Whariki New Zealand early childhood curriculum

LEARNING STORIES

WHAT IS A LEARNING STORY? Learning Stories are a widely used technique to assess children’s learning in New Zealand's, Te Whāriki early...

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Our Classroom Environment: Getting Set Up To Be The Third Teacher

Our Classroom Environment: Getting Set Up To Be The Third Teacher

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Our Classroom Environment: Getting Set Up To Be The Third Teacher

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Inquiring About Insects

Inquiring About Insects

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Inquiring About Insects

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Welcome to a New Year of Kindergarten: A Tour of Important Areas of Our Room

Welcome to a New Year of Kindergarten: A Tour of Important Areas of Our Room

After a long hiatus from blogging, I am back! First I want to welcome all the new parents to our blog! Because there will not be much in the way of worksheets coming home to show you what we do each day, this will be the place where you can see the amazing things and the learning that goes on here in Kindergarten! I want to start out by showing you some areas in our room and explaining to you why they are so important for your child's learning experience. Here is a glance at our environment…

Community Building Ideas from Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten::

Kindergarten Begins with Building Community and Relationships First

What do we focus on when we first start Kindergarten? Probably not what you would expect! Our first priority is not to start academics! It is for our class and families to build relationships and a community who can work together and get along. A responsible, loving community of learners, problem solvers, collaborators, and friends. Taking 25 five year olds, most whom have never met or been in a classroom with this many kids before, and building relationships and a community does not happen…

String art, family art project | We are THAT family... This would be a great community project, too

WFMW: DIY Inspiring String Art - Kristen Welch

[Beginning next week, I will be featuring your yes stories every Wednesday. Please continue to link up helpful links that work for you. I hope it’s a yes or two.] Put a yes in your mess. And create something new and beautiful. #yesinmymess #rhinestoneJesus #releasestomorrow #!!!!!

Our Midtown Marvel: Thinking & Talking (and doing) FLOOR BOOKS

Thinking & Talking (and doing) FLOOR BOOKS

At Caring Connection we have designed our curriculum so that children are an integral part of adding their ideas and input into what will be done, what might be added and what they think could happen. The whole concept of "what if..." allows children to anticipate their teacher's ideas and put thoughtful consideration into what might happen or what could occur. As the day progresses what was planned and what occurs or transpires is added to the floorbook with the child so that they can…

Sewing School: Tapestry Table - Grandparents' Day

Tapestry Table - Grandparents' Day

Today was Grandparents' Day at school. For the past two weeks we have been talking, writing, and drawing about Grandparents. Today, the kids shared some of their favorite activities with them. The tapestry table was a big attraction. Some just demonstrated their abilities. Others invited their Grandmothers to sew with them. An opportunity to share an interest. An opportunity for Grandparents to get to know one another. The end of the day. We took the tapestry off of the table and will…

Class journal. A big floor book documenting weekly learning in my eyfs class.

Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Class journal. A big floor book documenting weekly learning in my eyfs class.

Documentation of events every few days in the classroom is a great way to keep the lines of communication open with parents and enables children to reflect on their learning journey. - Early Years Learning ≈≈

Early Years Learning

Documentation of events every few days in the classroom is a great way to keep the lines of communication open with parents and enables children to...