Inquiry table - "Set up invitations to play in defined spaces. Define learning nooks to encourage more purposeful and thoughtful play. Build up the offered materials in progression. Add one step at a time to encourage the students to come to know the possibilities in deeper, meaningful, and creative ways. Rotate and move materials around the classroom (on display and off) to maintain interest and encourage seeing materials in new ways." Heather McKay/ Igniting Creativity ≈≈
Persuasive Writing: Should Fidget Spinners Be Allowed in the Classroom?
Should fidget spinners be allowed in the classroom? Make learning fun with this persuasive writing activity students love! Students will choose to support the use of fidget spinners at school or advocate against their use.
English is an expansive language, anyone who has seen the size of an unabridged English dictionary can tell you that. It's also a language that's ever changing and evolving, so of course there are some words that fall out of favor and are hardly ever used, but maybe it's time to bring some of them back!
Learning to rise For myself By myself. As a being seperate from you, As a creature that loves herself first, As a woman that didn’t let you define her. Learning to stand still Without the lon…
Found on fingerprintprojects.com Intended Audience: parents and teachers, Intended Developmental Group: Early Childhood, How it can help and why you picked it: I choose this as an informational poster for parents to understand the different types of play their children participate in, as well as a informational poster for possible preschool teachers to help promote different types of play for children.