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Early Years ideas from Tishylishy

Pumpkin Soup Curiosity Cube


 

Natural Animal Small World Play - The Imagination Tree

Make a beautiful, natural small world play set up to create an animal habitat to encourage young children with imaginative play and storytelling skills. So easy to create and a wonderful, multi-sensory invitation to play for all ages. I am a huge lover of small world play and believe it offers so much to children...Read More »


 

Playing With Loose Parts

Join us and transform your classroom with the Playing with Loose Parts course!


 

The Little Learners Approach - showing children where to look but not what to see - Reggio approach

We show children where to look but not what to see…This simple phrase has become part of our philosophy, which feeds into our approach and is who we are today as a setting. Our approach was originally inspired by the Reggio Approach, but we have developed and fine-tuned it over the years and we fully expect to continue enhancing and adapting, because no matter how good you think you are, you can always be better. At the end of the day we are providing care and education for children in their early years – their most crucial years, so we should all be striving to provide the best.


 

10 Eco-Friendly New Year Resolutions - Sustainable Daisy

If you’re dedicated to improving yourself, why not help the environment while you’re at it? Here are the top eco-friendly New Year Resolutions of 2016!


 


 

Whatever Next Provision


 

Förskola innemiljö


 

The Curiosity Approach


 

Water Discovery Area.

Great EYFS Water Area! Download our water area classroom set up pack to create your own. #waterarea #water #measurement #display #classroom #classroomideas #classroominspiration #twinkl #twinklresources #teaching #teachingresources


 

The Third Teacher: Classroom Layout 2016 – The Curious Kindergarten


 

Playful Learning in the Early Years: Encouraging and Displaying Authentic Writing


 

Park Day Nursery on Instagram: “‘The curiosity approach’ Curiosity Cabin #curiosityapproach”

Park Day Nursery on Instagram: “‘The curiosity approach’ Curiosity Cabin #curiosityapproach”


 

Trista Dutt-Lym on Instagram: “Happy World Teacher Appreciation Day!!! � #kindiekorner #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers #kindergartenteacher #iteachk…”


 

The Little Learners Approach - showing children where to look but not what to see - Reggio approach

We show children where to look but not what to see…This simple phrase has become part of our philosophy, which feeds into our approach and is who we are today as a setting. Our approach was originally inspired by the Reggio Approach, but we have developed and fine-tuned it over the years and we fully expect to continue enhancing and adapting, because no matter how good you think you are, you can always be better. At the end of the day we are providing care and education for children in their early years – their most crucial years, so we should all be striving to provide the best.


 

Minibeasts, insects, frogs, small world, investigation, understanding the world, eyfs. #tuffspot #tuffspotplay #tuffspotplayideas #tuffspotplayactivities #tuffspotplayforkids #tuffspotgarden #tuffspotminikidsgarden #kidsoutdoors #kidsoutdooractivities #activitiesforkids #gardensforchildren #childrensoutdoorplay #bugtuffspotplay


 

Sensory Tuff Trays

Lots of inspiration tuff trays perfect for young children who enjoy hands on learning through play.


 

Tishylishy on Instagram: “How incredible does @primary_classroom_displays Curiosity Cube look � _ #sharingSundaywithtishylishy”

Tishylishy on Instagram: “How incredible does @primary_classroom_displays Curiosity Cube look � _ #sharingSunday #tishylishy”


 

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Click here to see some inspiring invitations and provocations with loose parts that demonstrate the academic value of loose parts.


 


 

The Little Learners Approach - showing children where to look but not what to see - Reggio approach

We show children where to look but not what to see…This simple phrase has become part of our philosophy, which feeds into our approach and is who we are today as a setting. Our approach was originally inspired by the Reggio Approach, but we have developed and fine-tuned it over the years and we fully expect to continue enhancing and adapting, because no matter how good you think you are, you can always be better. At the end of the day we are providing care and education for children in their early years – their most crucial years, so we should all be striving to provide the best.


 

Our Kindy Journey on Instagram: “After reading the story Stickman we had the chance to discover and explore using natural loose parts as we made our own stick men. ��”

STICK MAN ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS — ROWDY RASCALS


 

The Curiosity Approach ️ on Instagram: “Carrying on this morning with #playdoughplayactivities . . This beautiful #invitationtocreate provided a huge surface for the children to…”

The Curiosity Approach ️ on Instagram: “Carrying on this morning with #playdoughplayactivities . . This beautiful #invitationtocreate provided a huge surface for the children to…”


 

MissNLteach (@missnlteach) • Instagram photos and videos

I’ve jumped on the Curiosity Cube bandwagon and my first is for ‘We’re Going in a Bear Hunt’. It has encouraged children to the writing table but I think I need to make it more exciting for next time. #curiositycube #eyfsideas #eyfsclassroom #eyfslearning #earlyyears #earlyyearsideas #earlyyearseducation


 

Sensory Tuff Trays

Lots of inspiration tuff trays perfect for young children who enjoy hands on learning through play.


 

The Curiosity Approach


 

First CURIOSITY School in the UK

It was an utter privilege to be invited to Barley Croft Primary School in Leicester today, where Lynsey Thorne (teacher) & the passionate EYFS team have embarked on The Curiosity Approach Accre…


 

Reading area - if you go down in the woods today