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Alistair Bryce-Clegg 25 Jun 14
Cover tins for cheap storage. Use natural materials or dress for interest
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Miss Grey and Play Jul 23
Creation Station display ready to goπŸ˜ŠπŸ’•Just need some super learning on the shelves and washing line!
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David Cahn 4 May 18
Replying to @philiphood1951
Hot take: 80% of total adult time spent on displays in UK settings is a waste of time. That time and patience is better spent on the children. Adults should get their legitimate creative, art and craft needs met elsewhere
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Miss Grey and Play Jul 14
I have used the natural art my little ones created using hammers and natural materials as backing for a display and I’m loving itπŸ˜ŠπŸƒ
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David Cahn 4 May 18
Replying to @philiphood1951
1. Children and then parents only (unless you are an EXCELLENT team who has capacity to involve wider community) 2. Developing learning, conversation community and relationships in room. 3. Whatever necessary. 4. Anything that takes too much adult time or patience.
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Mrs Hutchinson 9 Jan 18
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Miss Corden 18 May 17
Independent writing in Reception πŸ“πŸ€—πŸŒΏπŸ¦‹πŸΈ
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Philip Hood 3 May 18
Display in EYFS classrooms. 1) who is it for? 2) what is it for? 3) what should it contain? 4) what should it not contain? I’d be fascinated to hear views on this - could you use the # if you do reply?
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