Children love to create art, and art provides wonderful learning experiences for children. Many art activities are done in traditional classroom settings, but art is a great subject to take outdoors and use in outdoor learning. Discover a few tips to help you create your own outdoor art studio in this new Insights & Inspirations article!
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Check out these educational activity ideas inspired by spring! From garden sensory bins to rainbow sight words, you will find dozens of ways to incorporate the spring season into early childhood and elementary lesson plans!
Looking for an easy and convenient way to make labels for storage bins or activities in your classroom? Kaplan's free online label maker can help you make all of the classroom labels you need!
To get the most out of dramatic play, children need a variety of materials, equipment, and props to encourage creative expression and imagination. Find dress-up clothes, pretend play kitchen sets, and props for housekeeping, different kinds of work, and fantasy play. Small toys such as dolls and dollhouses, small cars, and plastic toy animals allow children to entertain themselves in fun, educational, and inventive play.
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