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Imaginative play ideas

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Pirate small world area! Water, sand, pebbles and wood. Adding ice to this tomorrow for pupils to discuss changes, and have added washing up liquid and straws in the past to work on fine motor skills by blowing bubbles!

Diggers tuff spot idea

Threading beads onto wire & pipe-cleaners. Beautiful collaborative art!

Mirrors, Mosaics & Threading Beads - Stimulating Learning

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Spring is in the air... from Rachel (",)

Spring is in the Air - Stimulating Learning

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Small world dinosaur play from Rachel (",)

Dinosaur Invasion! - Stimulating Learning

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Small World Beach Play - from Rachel (",)

felt play-mats

Patterns on a game board from Rachel (",)

Fun with Numbers - Stimulating Learning

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Porridge on the Finger Gym - from Rachel (",)

Gg is for Goldilocks... - Stimulating Learning

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Feast in the castle - from Rachel (",)

21 Fun & Fabulous Pretend Play Spaces for Imaginative Kids | Childhood101

Simple transient art with Dots, Spots & Circles... from Rachel (",)

Dots, Spots & Circles - Stimulating Learning

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Transient art with metal, silver & grey loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Dragons and Castles! - Stimulating Learning

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Sand patterns... from Rachel (",)

Coffee, loose tea, a miniature tea set and some tiny spoons... from Rachel (",)

Me! Me! Me! - Stimulating Learning

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Colourful maths... colour recognition, sorting, counting, pattern-making - from Rachel (",)

Lovely tray to explore from 'ABC Playcenter' (",)

Painting stones with water... from Rachel (",)

Stones & Water - Stimulating Learning

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Fine Motor Fun with Loose Tea - from Rachel (",)

Fine Motor Fun with Loose Tea - Stimulating Learning

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Using Loose Parts for Play. Learning Naturally. Why, how?

Using Loose Parts for Play. Learning Naturally

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Designing play spaces for your home - part 1 of this series explores ideas and inspiration for indoors. Mummy Musings and Mayhem

Designing play & learning spaces for home - Part 1 Indoors.

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Develop a Sense of Wonder - loose parts and shadows- uses patterns and shadows to create interest and curiosity in children

Extraordinary Classroom: January 2011

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Encouraging Block Play {With Girls} | Happiness is here

Encouraging Block Play {With Girls}

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Sand and rock mandalas {from Centrum Mandala}

Mandalas for Children | Centrum Mandala

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Fine motor fun, creativity & mathematical thinking on a table full of line-designs