Dinosaur and Train Small World Play
Our tuff tray as a dinosaur and train world filled with loose parts and beautiful sensory items. Great for preschoolers to build imagination and language skills.
Peachtree Presbyterian Preschool
Construction play area, however I feel it not only a construction area but also having litle bit dramatic play. Children use their imagination to creat, also, there are lot of road signs, which make children to identify and understand each sigh means.
Loose parts play by Little Miss Early Years
Loose parts were first proposed in the 1970s by Simon Nicholson who believed in their ability to empower creativity! As we enter the present day loose parts are taking the early years by storm as their abundance of uses allow children to learn in their own unique ways. So, what are loose parts? How can we use them in continuous provision and how do they link with the learning and development of young children?
Green: Creating with Loose Parts & Playdough
With St. Patrick's Day and spring approaching, we explore the colour green using Laura Vaccaro Seegar's book Green. We are giving away a copy of the book on Instagram if you are interested! Materi...
A Frozen Takeover - Stimulating Learning
Early Years ideas linked to the Disney film 'Frozen'.
Seeing Dots - Stimulating Learning
Activities around dots and circles, enjoyed to celebrate International Dot Day in the Early Years classroom - from Rachel
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Loose Parts Play - Early Years Training & Consultancy
Loose Parts Play has become extremely popular and rightly so, considering it’s great benefits! However what I really love most about this play is that it is easy and affordable to implement! I have gathered photos of examples of loose parts play and how you can use recycled items as well as items from nature. […]