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Playing with Loose Parts at Home: an oversight | Read how you can easily get started exploring loose parts at home in these 5 types of play: imaginative play, construction play, artistic play, outdoor play, and sensory play. | Little Worlds Big Adventures

Playing with Loose Parts at Home: an oversight

Playing with Loose Parts at Home: an oversight Read how you can easily get started exploring loose parts at home in these 5 types of play: imaginative play, construction play, artistic play, outdoor play, and sensory play. Little Worlds Big Adventures

The Theory of Loose Parts: The Right to be Creative

Simon Nicholson developed the Theory of Loose Parts. Loose parts can be anything and used in any way. They can be moved, around, sorted, and stacked

Weave

Use an old hula hoop for a fun kids' weaving project. Use natural colors for most with a fun accent color, hang in a prominent area of the room to create a focal point

Ik vertel je hoe je je bouwhoek kunt aanpakken, zodat je het spel van de kinderen optimaal kunt stimuleren. Met of zonder budget! - Juf Bianca

5 stappen om je bouwhoek te verbeteren

Ik vertel je hoe je je bouwhoek kunt aanpakken, zodat je het spel van de kinderen optimaal kunt stimuleren. Met of zonder budget! - Juf Bianca

Loose parts: pinecones, rocks, lids, shells, buttons, coasters, tubing/rope, clothespins, cotton balls, mat board and Popsicle sticks

Loose parts: pinecones, rocks, lids, shells, buttons, coasters, tubing/rope, clothespins, cotton balls, mat board and Popsicle sticks

Tinker Tray made out of an old Coke crate. Thanks for the inspiration @MeriCherry #looseparts

Tinker Tray made out of an old Coke crate. Thanks for the inspiration…

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