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Glowing Crystals Black Light Play from Where Imagination Grows

Glowing Crystals Black Light Play - Where Imagination Grows

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Cutting Water Beads on the Light Table from Where Imagination Grows

Cutting Water Beads on the Light Table - Where Imagination Grows

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Exploring Green with the Light Table from Lalymom

LalyMom Kids Crafts and Activities

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DIY Nature Slides & Light Play from Where Imagination Grows

Where Imagination Grows: DIY Nature Slides & Light Play

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Easy Low Cost Homemade Light Table from Tinkerlab

Homemade {Easy, Low-cost} Light Table - TinkerLab

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The ABC's of playing with light from Caution! Twins at Play

CAUTION! Twins at play!: The ABC's of playing with light

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DIY Light Box for Sensory Play from The Imagination Tree

DIY Light Box for Sensory Play - The Imagination Tree

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The Ultimate Light Table Guide from Caution! Twins at Play

CAUTION! Twins at play!: The Ultimate Light Table Guide

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  • Marin Muncaster

    My next project will be obtaining a light table for my classroom. I teach four year olds and have been exploring the idea of one for a while now. I am trying to find a great one that is not too expensive. I also need one where at least four children could play together. Is this too many children for one table?

  • Deb @ Living Montessori Now

    Hi Marin! I think it really depends on how well the children interact with each other. If they can work well together, it really shouldn't be a problem.

  • Nancy Champagne

    You'd be surprised, Self regulation works it out. I have 24, 4and 5 year olds. One table works

  • Marin Muncaster

    Thanks. Now I just need my table!