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One child saw another group of children working on the overhead projector. When they were finished, he went over to the projector to create something. He started placing the pieces on the overhead and when he looked at the wall he said, “Look! I made a dinosaur.” Continue reading
As our Toddler 2 students entered the studio, we had a provocation set up for them. We organized a square tile with a ball of colored play-doh at each child’s seat. In the middle of the table we placed several loose parts and materials, ranging from figurines, marbles, straws, and more. We strategically gave the children a small workspace to see how they would use it and adapt.