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Loose Parts for Creative & Imaginative Play Mak Note: I have always loved how kids make scenes and play, such great training for learning to read.

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10 Ways to Play with Loose Parts

DIY table top chalkboard combined with loose parts for lots of creativity! I love the idea of a "loose parts" area!

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Using Loose Parts for Play. Learning Naturally

Using Loose Parts for Play

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Sand Play Ideas with Loose Parts

The Imagination Tree: Sand Play Ideas with Loose Parts

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Loose Parts

Loose Parts | what, where, why and how of loose parts play

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Tabletop Loose Parts - Creative Activity For Kids

Tabletop loose parts creative activity for kids

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Tabletop Loose Parts - Creative Activity For Kids

Tabletop Loose Parts - Open Ended Creative Play

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Crazy Faces Loose Parts Play

We love loose parts play! Make some crazy faces with loose parts and our free printable facial features!

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Play Post Office

make your own post office

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Free play with loose parts :: what, why, how

A printable list of loose parts to encourage creative free play

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10 Ways to Play with Loose Parts

10 Ways to Play with Loose Parts - creative and simple play ideas for kids of all ages.

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Using Loose Parts for Play. Learning Naturally

Learn with Play at Home: Using Loose Parts for Play. Learning Naturally

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Reggio Loose Parts Play Outdoors

Reggio loose parts play outdoors: a simple invitation to play with mirrors, sand and open-ended materials | Racheous

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The Theory of Loose Parts: Simple materials to enhance play

The Theory of Loose Parts - What is the theory behind making loose parts available to children? [from An Everyday Story]

The Theory of Loose Parts. We really need to strive to have a supply of loose parts both in and outside of the classroom. This article explains why.

“Loose Parts” are materials that children can manipulate, move about, modify and have power over while in PLAY.

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Exploring Reggio: Expanding Block Play

An example of how to expand block play with art media and loose parts to encourage pretend play and representation of ideas based on the unique interests of the child. Reggio inspired.

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Pretend Play

The Importance of Pretend Play for Children: Day 28 | 30 Days to Transform Your Play (from An Everyday Story)