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Shawhead Family Learning Centre 9h
Why not try and make, draw, paint or build some flowers with things you have around the house. Even if you don't have playdough or paint at home you could use old buttons, scrap paper, beads etc to get creative 😉👍🏻🌺🌻🌷🌹🌼
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Fairy Dust Teaching 7h
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Ashley C. Mar 26
On our T.O Lakeshore the sounds of 🎶 🥁 sweet Soca emerge from the big trucks as all in their sections display costumes filled with feathers and sparkles. A time of ❤️,unity and celebration of the Caribbean and Canada
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Mlle Mouland 19h
I was inspired by and their sphere of control and chose to represent what has influenced my mental health over the last week in isolation using loose parts after being challenged by
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Fox Covert Primary 12h
Enjoying some fun with boxes in Mrs Kay's household this am. Although I think I'm enjoying it more than him! 🤣 Hope you all had a wonderful weekend & we're looking forward to seeing what you get up to this week! 🦊
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Fairy Dust Teaching Mar 26
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dadsAdventuredaycare 8h
This dad encourages child-led play, and was amazed by his daughter recently during playtime. Here's what he observed...
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Seven Hills School Mar 28
More ideas for playdough using loose parts - nuts, bolts, buttons, old jewelry or basically anything you have laying around or collected natural materials from the garden.
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childhoodbynature Mar 26
With just a small amount of natural space needed & compliments of , building a is a perfect activity for . Need some tips? Here's our #101 on fairyhouse building:
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Shawhead Family Learning Centre Mar 27
Can you use to build your home today. Get creative and use things from around the house 🏡👍🏻😊 How tall is your house? Does it have windows? What could you use to make a front door?
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@kindertrails Mar 27
One of our K7 students wanted to show us what her favourite number was using . Your tracks are beautiful colours! Thank you for sharing!
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Seven Hills School Mar 28
More exciting things - made using clay (if you have it) or playdough and natural materials found on walks or in the garden...with buttons/ beads
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Fairy Dust Teaching Mar 26
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westercraigs Nursery Mar 26
Now he's off on a @learningadventure all of his own All aboard rowing his pirate ship D - The World's Your Oyster🛶 Another 🌟
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elishapenny Mar 27
Off we go! We are starting off our challenge series with a scavenger hunt! Very excited to see the things our young people come up with! 🙌🏼🔎
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Menstrie Nursery Mar 26
I’m sure we can all find some of these items around the house and garden!
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MelodieCrumlinJMF Mar 23
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Emily Charbonneau Mar 27
Creating numbers using . Their amazing creativity always impresses me.
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brimblegaynor Mar 27
Replying to @EAS_FoundationP
I think I have too many GREEN vases? 💚💚💚💚💚
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Ashley C. Mar 26
Replying to @booklamations
I had to get creative with my at home, which I’m sure our families can do as well 😁
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