This post is also going to focus on some wooden toys (because I love quality and wooden toys do appear to last better and longer…even with destructive toddlers!) that encourage children to interact with the…

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What do you get when you have 4 tyres, 5 tins of paint (you have no idea of the colour), and a new letterbox? A piece of functional art!

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A wall that hides what’s on the other side because the children are too short…until one day Suri can see over the wall and must decide whether to tell the others…

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  I hadn’t forgotten to get to this…just forgot where I put the photographs. This is part 2 about using supermarket role plays in the classroom, preschool, kindy or (like me) at home. This post…

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Here is the second post, as promised, about using artworks in the classroom. If you missed the first one Indigenous Art: Dots and Beyond feel free to read that one first…or second. Today’s post is…

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