Loose Parts Play! All AGES!

I love watching kids use their imagination when playing with loose parts!
He made an audience and then a stage for the audience to watch a show. We love using these kava blocks in our class there are endless possibilities!

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Wooden people

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First he set up the audience.

Next he built the stage.

Then he was ready to start the show!

When children interact with loose parts, they enter a world of “what if” that promotes the type of thinking that leads to problem solving and theoretical reasoning. Loose parts enhance children’s ability to think imaginatively and see solutions, they bring a sense of adventure and excitement to children’s play.

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