Take pics of the hands of each child in the class and during Back to School Night encouraged th e parents to identify their child's hands. It's harder than you think www.facebook.com/pages/For-the-Children/170943436350531?ref=tn_tnmn

Wonderful idea by For The Children. "I took pics of the hands of each child in the class and during Back to School Night encouraged the parents to identify their child's hands. It's harder than you might think, as many of the parents found out.

This is an example of how a group of teachers displayed photos, samples of work, and brief descriptions surrounding a year-long research project with children. This style is more formal (developed after all experiences had taken place) rather than raw (developed on an ongoing basis as experiences are taking place) and speaks to both children and adults as the audience.

This is an example of how a group of teachers displayed photos, samples of work, and brief descriptions surrounding a year-long research project with children.

'Dots' on the lightbox... from Rachel (",)

Dots, Spots & Circles

Early Years ideas for 'International Dot Day' - dots, spots & circles (",)


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