Tag: Loose parts

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The evolution of Beautiful Things

In recent days our beautiful stuff has been edited down to smaller items plus some larger cardboard pieces.  To inspire continued building, the materials have

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Colors of Muddy Puddles

The colored felt squares have inspired more creations this week. We previously posted about the many ways the children were using this material earlier in the

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Towers

  Creating towering structures has loomed tall in our creative process! Our interest is visible in the sculpture park, museum and the classroom.

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Sort – what does that mean?

All year long we’re witnessing as children build, create and EXPERIMENT with a variety of MATERIALS both inside and out. While these materials are OPEN-ENDED,

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That’s not a cheese stick…

Imagination is endless in Antoinette Portis’s “Not a Box” and “Not a Stick” that we have shared with the children. Objects that bear an uncanny

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One Thing Leads To Another

OnOctober 18th,Samhasthisidea.How cool!He does itagaina weeklater. This Wednesday, when Sam creates this winch/pulley system again, Luca and Will are interested.     Asha’s father, Ian,

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It’s all about the process

Beginning early in the year, we observed a strong interest in building amongst our children. We have slowly begun to introduce a variety of materials

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Felt Squares

  We never know what will happen with open-ended materials. These simple felt squares have taken on many uses: 9/20: When Thomas, Kyla, Travers and

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