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Early Childhood Inspirations

DIY Sensory Wall for baby. Tuck different fabric scraps in embroidery hoops and attach to wall where they can reach :) OMG love this!

Two ingredient EDIBLE homemade paint recipe - safe for babies and toddlers and fun for all ages!

Vintage style play kitchen - IKEA Hackers

Baby Water Play: for the babies who aren't sitting yet

For your backyard playground. The kids would love this!

Weaving frames, love these for the outdoor classroom

Transient art in a tray of rice at Burnie Primary School... image shared by Walker Learning Approach: Personalised Learning (",)

Lovely Sand Table Invitation.

Invitation to create - Our children love loose parts and it can take over the whole room with their little world creation. This was a provocation to explore them in a different way, as a tool for communication. EYLF Communication: Children express ideas and make meaning using a range of media

Ephemeral Art - beautiful use of natural materials to make "temporary" art

Loose material and light

Playfully Learning: Sensory Table Idea-Pom Poms

Make a button number mural to work on number identification and fine motor skills.

Love the idea of a roll of paper on the wall

Montessori toddler room

Counting Coconuts: Treasure Basket: Brushes

Calming Chamomile Melting Dough ≈≈

Have the child say the individual letters as they trace them in the salt/cornmeal, and you're addressing all three learning styles: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.

seriously? Use an old VHS cover as a picture frame with hidden storage. This would be great in a classroom!

Montessori at Home or School: How to Teach Grace and Courtesy