Learning & School | Etsy
Learning & School | Etsy
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My Easter egg Curiosity Cube
Educators, need ideas to set up your indoor learning environments for children? Find all the inspiration you need in this blog post!
Our hall at nursery, we are on a journey to have no plastic in our settings following The Curiosity Approach.
Playdough Area (from The Curiosity Approach ️, @curiosityapproach via Instagram)
Becki Agar on Instagram: “The tree people #EYFS #smallworldplay #smallworld #play #preschoolactivities #preschoolathome #tree #treehouse #curiosity #wonderandawe…”
Click here to see some inspiring invitations and provocations with loose parts that demonstrate the academic value of loose parts.
By: Diane Kashin, Ed. D, RECE. I have been curious about the role curiosity plays in teaching and learning for some time now. Curiosity can be defined as an intrinsic desire to learn. Curiosity is …
Black and White with a touch of reflective and silver materials for a beautiful and engaging Tuff Tray filled with loose parts for babies and toddlers. Simple play items for sensory play!
Lots of inspiration tuff trays perfect for young children who enjoy hands on learning through play.
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!
STICK MAN ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS — ROWDY RASCALS
The Curiosity Approach created a beautiful clay invitation. This invitations ask children to create and explore with loose parts materials.
The Curiosity Approach – Let magic and wonder be your guide
What’s in the curiosity cube today!? I wonder what our story is....���� #teachersofinstagram #literacymatters #curiositycube…
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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.