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Loose parts come in all different shapes, sizes and colors. They stimulate the imagination and develop fine motor skills in kids of all ages. Set up invitations to play and see the true beauty of childhood innocence come forth while kids explore their prompts.

Loose parts come in all different shapes, sizes and colors. They stimulate the imagination and develop fine motor skills in kids of all ages. Set up invitations to play and see the true beauty of childhood innocence come forth while kids explore their prompts.

Teacher's Pet Activities & Games » Magnet Challenge Cards » EYFS, KS1, KS2 classroom activity and game resources

Teacher's Pet Activities & Games » Magnet Challenge Cards » EYFS, KS1, KS2 classroom activity and game resources

Artefacts table - a place to experiment and play with building materials whilst using real life photographs.

Artefacts table - a place to experiment and play with building materials whilst using real life photographs.

As part of our Math and Science Investigations (M.S.I) time in Kindergarten, our students explored a tower inquiry (In a previous post I wrote about Math and Science Investigations (M.S.I.) and how…

As part of our Math and Science Investigations (M.S.I) time in Kindergarten, our students explored a tower inquiry (In a previous post I wrote about Math and Science Investigations (M.S.I.) and how…

A fun game for recognizing different combinations of a number - two levels of play.

A fun game for recognizing different combinations of a number - two levels of play.

A little magnetism helps you balance a wobbly tower of hex nuts on the narrow rim of a glass. Try this science experiment for yourself by clicking the image.

A little magnetism helps you balance a wobbly tower of hex nuts on the narrow rim of a glass. Try this science experiment for yourself by clicking the image.

How Far Will a Magnet Jump? Have the magnets start at the same place, then have children use a magnetic wand to "jump" the objects and mark on the tape how far the object jumped. Experiment with different objects to compare and contrast.

How Far Will a Magnet Jump? Have the magnets start at the same place, then have children use a magnetic wand to "jump" the objects and mark on the tape how far the object jumped. Experiment with different objects to compare and contrast.