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Families take pictures of their homes. These are attached to building blocks so that the children can use them in their play - from Syrenen Töreboda Blogg (",)

Have parents take photos of their homes, attach them to blocks that are placed in the block / construction area to have children play with them in their creations.

I use these photo blocks in our block center. I take a full body shot and cut it out and then just tape it to a block.  the kids love using them both in the block center and for other games they invent.

I use these photo blocks in our block center. I take a full body shot and cut it out and then just tape it to a block. the kids love using them both in the block center and for other games they invent.

This is something I did in my classroom this year when I was talking to my preschool class about how we are all different, yet the same. It is a wall display of the children in my preschool classroom. The children were asked to search for their own eyes and when the parents came in later that day, I asked them to find their child's eyes too!

This is something I did in my classroom this year when I was talking to my preschool class about how we are all different, yet the same. It is a wall display of the children in my preschool classroom. The children were asked to search for their own eyes a

Exploring light, colour and shadows with coloured blocks from @Rachel (",)

Using colour blocks to explore shadow in the Early Years

Exploring gravity - from Bäckens teknikresa (",)

Exploring gravity - from Bäckens teknikresa The ramps are nice but what first caught my attention was the can sculpture in the background

Put pictures of the children in your school on blocks in the block area.

Wooden blocks come alive with faces of Day Nursery children

Block Area - Here it is again.block "people" made using photographs of current children. So cool! I need to get on this!

Mirrors & loose parts. The Inspired Child ≈≈

Mirrors & loose parts can provide a pleasing environment to begin a school day (Via The Inspired Child)

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