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This looks so inviting. I would imagine this provocation could be presented during an investigation on weather or natural disasters or even as an invitation to explore patterns in nature. How else could you extend this provocation?

Kiwi Teacher

A kiwi teacher passionate about early childhood education, working for the community and all things art...

Another experience that helps us celebrate NAIDOC week. We learnt more about dot painting by using natural things from our outdoor garden ❤️

Our Kindy Journey on Instagram: “Another experience that helps us celebrate NAIDOC week. We learnt more about dot painting by using natural things from our outdoor garden…”

71 Likes, 4 Comments - Our Kindy Journey (@ourkindyjourney) on Instagram: “Another experience that helps us celebrate NAIDOC week. We learnt more about dot painting by using…”

Observational Drawing is an interesting opportunity to see what the child sees. Some notice the lesser noted details "it has yellow spots on the wing!", some notice the obvious (which is still something! Take it!) like "it's blue" and some children struggle to think of how to describe it and you get the "I don't know".....

The Curious Educator of Oz

Observational Drawing is an interesting opportunity to see what the child sees. Some notice the lesser noted details "it has yellow spots on the wing!", some notice the obvious (which is still something! Take it!) like "it's blue" and some children struggle to think of how to describe it and you get the "I don't know".....

Playdough is one of the hallmarks of a happy childhood. At just the mention of it I can instantly smell the salty, floury scent that was so familiar. The wonderful thing about playdough is that it is so versatile. With just a few extra bits

16 funtastic things kids can do with playdough (besides just rolling it)

Playdough is one of the hallmarks of a happy childhood. At just the mention of it I can instantly smell the salty, floury scent that was so familiar. The

Teach your child about the art of ancient Australia by creating your own handprint art just like Aboriginal artists did thousands of years ago.

Create Aboriginal Handprint Art | Activity | Education.com

Teach your child about the art of ancient Australia by creating your own handprint art just like Aboriginal artists did thousands of years ago.

At @sea_lake_early_years in Australia, a play-based learning program, students spend a great deal of time outside exploring nature. The theme of exploring is continued inside as well. Check out this indoor nature scene in the classroom. Kind of like a life size #smallworldplay setup. Thank you for allowing us to visit your classroom @sea_lake_early_years ! It's fantastic! If you want to join our tour of Preschools Around the World, don't forget to tag your classroom pics @preschoology…

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Artwork of  Kindergarten children exploring indigenous art work

Artwork of Kindergarten children exploring indigenous art work

Stones, rocks, pebbles & empty frames... from Rachel (",) by Nora Lina Vazquez

Stones, rocks, pebbles & empty frames... from Rachel (",)

Stones, rocks, pebbles & empty frames... from Rachel (

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