such as which box is the smallest or biggest, or what could you do with the small box. There will be many opportunities to weave learning components such as counting, or vocabulary into the activity.PhysicalAs the children use their imaginations to create things with the boxes they will be using either large motor or fine motor skills. Fine motor skills will be used as they draw, or paint, and large motor skills will be used for stacking, climbing in and out, or crawling through. 4 Things to say or do to make the project creative for the children.
1.”What can you build with these boxes?”2.”How many or you can fit into the box safely?”3.”What could you do with the boxes outside?”4.”The boxes are recyclable what do you think that means?BibliographyKoralek,D.G., Dombro, A.L., & Dodge, D.T. (2005). Module 7 Creative. In Caring for infants &toddlers(2nd ed., pp. 213-243). Washington, DC: Teaching Strategies.Isenberg, J.P., Jalongo, M.R., &Isenberg, J.P. (2006). Creative thinking and arts-based learning: preschool through fourth grade (Custom ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ:PearsonHendrick, J., & Weissman, P. (2011). The Purpose of Curriculum. In Total learning: developmental curriculum for the young child (8th ed., p.3). Boston:Pearson
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