Whiteboard markers on a mirror. from Listen - Joanne Haynes
Nature slides for light table ≈≈
Exploring lines: using hand drawn lines on rocks for play. Challenging pre-writers to distinguish between straight and curved lines to help build their understanding of shape and help establish correct letter and number formation later.
Playful learning spaces - setting up a literacy table to encourage kids to write. I love the scrabble tiles!
simple display helps young children to know "what to do"- we provide the provocation for the children and then allow them to explore and discover
This is a great anchor chart for inquiry. Students write what they see, think, and wonder about the question. They can put sticky notes up so that the anchor chart can be used again.
Teaching Them How to Think By Asking the Right Questions!
A Play Dough Tea Party - from Rachel (",)
'Can you paint the rain?'... collaborative art (drip painting?) shared by Madi Hayles (MadiHayles on Twitter) (",)
An invitation to mix as many variations of green as they would like. art and soul preschool