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"When the children arrived back at Kindergarten after the term break they were greeted with the provocation of the beading tree. This was set up on the low table along with a wonderful array of small and large beads, pliable wire and ribbons" - Mairtown Kindergarten ≈ ≈

I love this idea. Make primary colored ice cubes. Put two different colored ice cubes in a class and see what color they will make when they melt. Let the kids make predictions!

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Painting on Ice Blocks!

Such a simple and fun art activity for kids that can be done year-round!

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cherry blossoms provocation

A simple but inviting spring blossoms provocation. {from Provocations and Play}

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Invitations to Explore with Rocks

Invitations to Explore with Rocks | Reggio Provocations - Racheous - Lovable Learning

Invitation to play with blocks and loose parts at Karana Early Education Centre ≈≈

Primary Colors Preschool Craft using colored ice cubes. I absolutely love this idea! Great interactive way to introduce primary colors in a hands on approach.

Daisy Footprints – Maths Outdoors | Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!

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20+ Winter Science Experiments for Grades K through 5

20+ winter science experiments for kids. Hands-on science about snow, ice, animals, nature, the holidays and more.

Gorgeous & Peaceful. A nice addition to a quiet corner. Love the brush. Love the buttons. {Colored Salt Tray Invitation to play from the Imagination Tree}

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

'Wonder journal for younger classes to practice writing in. Random idea: for older ages, make a 'wonder book' that holds topic ideas for their writing if they are having writer's block. It leaves them with a wider variety of ideas.