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Back to school night.... this whole blog is ridiculously awesome.

Coaching Chronicles

Last week, just days before the teachers returned to work, students received a postcard in the mail from Mrs. Phillips announcing their homeroom teacher. Children and their parents eager to meet the new teacher, joined us for an Orientation on Friday before the new school year begins. You know what they say, "You only have one time to make a good first impression." So, teachers take great care in the way they set up their classrooms, dress for success, and display personal touches of love…

On Display: Acorn School

Within our classroom we have become very inspired by various approaches to early childhood education, which compliment our Full-Day Early Learning-Kindergarten Program document and the Ontario curriculum. Our eclectic approach consists of constructivism, inquiry-based learning, play-based learning, math problem solving, Reggio-Emilia inspiration, Montessori inspiration, and Waldorf inspiration to name a few. This Friday I wanted to feature Acorn School in Richmond Hill and spotlight their…

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Teaching Kids the Difference Between the Rhythm and the Beat

How to Teach the Difference between the Rhythm and the Beat

A fun and simple musical theory and rhythm game to teach the difference between finding the beat and the rhythm of a song to kids.

Create a Fall Nature Tray -- a simple activity that encourages kids to look at the science & natural changes of the season!

Nature Table Ideas for Fall to Inspire Science Inquiry

Seasonal items to include on a Fall Nature Table for preschool, kindergarten and elementary age kids - perfect for the classroom and a great way to explore science in Autumn!

let the children play: beautiful learning spaces in reggio emilia inspired preschools

beautiful learning spaces in reggio emilia inspired preschools

A blog about preschool, play, early childhood education, learning outdoors, play outdoors, children and nature, play activities, kindergarten

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Robin Hood's Bay Pebble Stack

The mustard yellow boulder this stack is built on was below the high tide mark when we arrived on the beach and the waves were breaking over it. But I just had to build something on it, it's colour was so impressive. In order to gather together the materials I needed I created a first stack below the cliff, a few feet away from the water, and I waited for the tide to recede enough before getting access to the mustard boulder. I didn't know the time for high tide though, and each time I…

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Exploring Science & Math with Fall Activities #stem #nature

Exploring Science & Math with Fall Activities

Explore math and science this Fall with these fun hands-on activities and experiments!

An open-ended invitation to play with loose parts designed to encourage toddlers to create a forest, explore sensory elements, engage in imaginative play, and practice beginning storytelling. Reggio-inspired

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An open-ended invitation to play with loose parts designed to encourage toddlers to create a forest, explore sensory elements, engage in imaginative play, and practice beginning storytelling. Reggio-inspired

What is a Provocation - Reggio Inspired Learning | Racheous - Lovable Learning

What is a Provocation? | Reggio Inspired Learning | Racheous

When it comes to the Reggio Emilia approach, what is a provocation? Put simply, provocations provoke! They provoke thoughts, discussions, questions, interests, creativity and ideas. They can also expand on a thought, project, idea and interest. Provocations can come in many forms: An interesting photo, picture or book, Nature (e.g. specimens) Conceptual (e.g. changing seasons, […]

Tangled with Teaching: Dr. Seuss Classroom Theme PHOTOS FiNaLly!

Dr. Seuss Classroom Theme PHOTOS FiNaLly!

Tonight was Back to School night because like it or not school starts on MONDAY! I can't believe it. I feel like I have been functioning at 150% at an operating speed of 200 mph. The last week and a half have been CrAzY! But I'm excited to finally share my classroom photos. I'll be back soon with some of my co-workers cute classroom photos too. You would never believe that I got the blanket (yes blanket!) used to cover the bulletin board & create the curtains (yes I did cut it!) at the local…

Make Blotto Art Using Fall Colors! Simple art project for fall!~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Blotto Painting for Kids in Fall Colors

Kids always love blotto painting! It’s such a fun surprise to open up your folded paper and reveal your finished blotto art! In this process art project for kids, you’ll be creating blotto paintings using fall colors! Follow our Fall Crafts & Learning Pinterest board! Have you tried creating blotto pictures with your kids are students …

Reggio Emilia Project: Investigating Autumn Fall Leaves on the Light Panel

Autumn Leaves: A New Project

“Are you coming Mummy? The leaves are really beautiful, we can run in them” – Jack Well it seems that Jack may have found a new fascination; autumn leaves. Could you really blame …