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  • Greek Mommy

    loose parts for creative play @Christie Moffatt Moffatt Burnett @Christie Moffatt Burnett @Christie Burnett @Childhood101

  • Katepickle -

    Lots of ideas for loose parts for creative and imaginative play from Childhood101

  • Kim // Little Stories

    This is post is one of the most FANTASTIC ways to allow your child to play. And I love how the options are organized, so the child can make choices and not feel overwhelmed. #pretend #kids

  • Naomi Liddelow

    bits & pieces for open ended imaginary play

  • D Morrison

    Put together assorted bits and bobs for imaginative play and creations -- Sparkly things – large sequins, shiny fairy stones, large beads Buttons Popsticks and matchsticks Pretend flowers and leaves Stones Shells Feathers Small tiles Cotton reels Pipe cleaners Old CDs Small sticks Gum nuts or seed pods Coloured lids Dolly pegs - See more at:

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    I like how the outdoors has been brought inside. The way it is organized is aesthetically pleasing and easily accessible to young children.

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  • Brittany Washburn

    Every elementary teacher can benefit from this list. Thank you for this resource!

  • The Dating Divas

    You're welcome, Brittany!

  • TenderCare Dental

    Amazing list... Who knew there were so many methods of teaching!

  • Regina |

    I really like the "retell" suggestion. I typically ask my son to summarize what he's reading but it could indeed be helpful for me to summarize sometimes so that he's learning by observation. Excellent list!