Sensory Wall shared by The EYLF Page . An inspiring idea for show and tell ~ send home a piece of cardstock.and on each childs' presentation day, voila! An artifact to add to the wall, and a discussion/ jumping off point.-I like the sensory wall.
painting like Michelangelo. Instead of just having sketching time- discover and study Michelangelo, how he hanged upside down while painting. This is also great for students struggling with fine motor hand writing. It builds strength in pincer grasp.
What a great idea to let the kids "plant" and "harvest" pretend fruits and veggies. Great opportunity to talk about what grows on trees (I see bananas in the picture), bushes, in the ground. Maybe even use an old kids pool.