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Kindergarten inquiry

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Investigation table for exploring materials and their properties |Exploring materials and their properties | Foundation science unit | Prep, Kindergarten, Year 1 Unit of Work | Hands-on learning ideas and printables for the classroom | Objects can be made of different materials | Materials have different properties |

Explore different materials and their properties with this engaging unit. Activities and printables for the Foundation and Prep Year chemistry strand.

{A Pinch of Kinder} Bee Inquiry: Kindergarten Centre Idea: Can you build a hive for the bees? Can you tell a bee story?

Hi guys! I'm here to share all about our bee inquiry that we just wrapped up in our classroom. It all started when we were learning about where bees go in the winter during our animals in winter inquiry. You can read the blog posts for that inquiry here (part 1) and here (part 2). When we were learning about what animals do in the winter, the question I had was "where do bees go in the winter?" We read a website and found out that the bees stay in their hives and they huddle around the queen…

"In any environment, both the degree of inventiveness and creativity, and the possibility of discovery, are directly proportional to the nu...

"In any environment, both the degree of inventiveness and creativity, and the possibility of discovery, are directly proportional to the nu...

Co-Construction of an Alphabet – A Journey Into Inquiry Based Early Learning

All over social media, I have observed absolutely stunning alphabets, created by and with children. I am always so impressed with the beauty, passion and detail that goes into these creations. This…

Passionately Curious: Learning in a Reggio Inspired Kindergarten Environment: Thoughtful, Intentional, Provocations in FDK

We have moved our blog to a new website. To read this blog and more, please visit: https://passionatelycuriouseducators.com/thoughtful-intentional-provocations/ A couple of years ago I wrote a post about Learning Provocations - what are they? how are they used? what is their purpose? Like all aspects of teaching, the more I have learned about them and the more I have grown in my practice...the more questions I end up with! Previous Post…

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: The Autumn Season: Exploring Trees and Leaves and the Colors of Fall!

The kids have started noticing signs of fall! They had started bringing me leaves, so I knew it was time to start investigating Fall! I started out by asking what they wondered about Fall. They came up with some very good questions! We posted the questions on our inquiry wall. This wall will grow as they wonder new things and answer the questions! I set out some provacations about Fall to see what they would notice. On our look closer table, I set out fall leaves and colored water to see…