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  • Emily Smit

    Bricks make an interesting prop in the block area (or outdoor building area?)

  • Meaghan Seelaus Fitzgerald

    Great inside or outside! Interesting building material for kids that requires some heavy lifting. Teachers could use in the block area or during a study of building materials.

  • N Squil

    3 Little Pigs - use bricks, sticks, and straw in building center

  • Play-Based Classroom (Gina)

    Bricks make an interesting prop in the #Block Area of a #Creative_Curriculum for #Preschool classroom. This would be great during a study of #buildings or #fairy tales

  • Melissa Foust

    buildings study preschool - Google Search

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