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Jenn J Nov 16
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Valerie Schock Nov 18
The ⁦⁩ kinder team shared a day of learning and collaboration with ⁦ session. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Miss Wright Nov 16
It was fun to see what other kinder teams created with their loose parts through collaborating.
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Colleen MacDonald Nov 16
Fabulous day learning about learning with Loose Parts. Thanks to Diane Kashin!!!!
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Bronwyn Steed Nov 16
Amazing the creativity and learning that comes from using open-ended materials in play. Other people’s “junk” can actually be a kindergarten student’s (and teacher’s) treasure
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Colleen MacDonald Nov 16
OCSB educators explore using Loose Parts in K!
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MPBRedKinder Nov 16
We are having a wonderful time learning about loose parts.
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Maria Mendonca Nov 16
Fun at kinder pd today! Loved collaborating with my kinder team!
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Diane Kashin Nov 16
Getting ready for a big day of loose parts play with the Ottawa Catholic School Board
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Christine Theriault Nov 16
Looking forward to a great day of learning!
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Miss Adams Nov 16
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Shauna Owens Nov 16
Playing with loose parts. Risky play small world
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Mme Megan Nov 16
Learning all about learning with Loose Parts! So many neat ideas we’re excited to bring back to the classroom.
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Cassie McLean Nov 16
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Susan Goslin Nov 16
Being creative with loose parts.
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Mrs.Singer And Mrs. Lavergne Jan 10
How many loose parts can you stack?
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Jenn J Nov 16
Risky outdoor play environment.
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Melissa H Nov 16
Great day today at the Loose parts workshop today with the kinder team
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Amanda Brown Nov 16
Made an amethyst snowman today at the PD session!
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Mme Luna Nov 16
Wonderful PD today with the SMY kinder team! We discussed using sustainable loose parts to create invitations for students that result in provications in learning.
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