Hanging Leaves

Hanging Leaves

Leaves dipped in wax to preserve color. I would like this hanging over my kitchen window this fall. -- beautiful idea for a mobile or general hanging decoration, would be better with resin than wax IMO

Exploring Reggio Series: Making faces - Using natural playdough and interestingly textured loose materials, we explored faces. {from An Everyday Story}

Making Faces: Playdough Self Portraits

Exploring Reggio Series: Making faces - Using natural playdough and interestingly textured loose materials, we explored faces. {from An Everyday Story}

An interest in monsters inspired this preschool teacher to set out a provocation to create monsters on a light panel with loose parts. {from Extraordinary Classroom}

An interest in monsters inspired this preschool teacher to set out a provocation to create monsters on a light panel with loose parts. {from Extraordinary Classroom}

"It's Pumpkin Day, Mouse" Activity {Pumpkin Faces & Light Table Play} - Where Imagination Grows

Build-a-Pumpkin Face Activity for Kids

Print out two copies of the leaf matching cards, cut them out, and laminate. Children use visual discrimination skills to match the leaves that are the same. Since these are photographs of real leaves and children are using observational skills to notice differences in nature, I added these cards to our science center.

Leaf Matching

Print out two copies of the leaf matching cards, cut them out, and laminate. Children use visual discrimination skills to match the leaves that are the same. Since these are photographs of real leaves and children are using observational skills to notice differences in nature, I added these cards to our science center.

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