More ideas from Nora
Take time for unstructured learning through play, exploration and no expectations- just fun!

This is a set of 6 brightly colored mini posters (standard paper size) that can be printed and hung up in your classroom. I have them in frames in .

The many benefits of messy play!

According to one study by psychologist Samuelson, allowing a child to engage in messy play, like throwing around food like porridge, jello and other messy food, allows them to gather sensory information and learn how different objects have a certain shape