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Let's take a deeper look at the details in Nammi's room. There is a lot of inspiration! Notice how often she has the children do the writing for displays. Beautiful.
A simple alphabet for a word wall made by the children with sticks and seeds.
Laminated alphabet strip in writing center.
Drawers of letters, papers and stickers ready to be used in creating in the writing center.
Child made numbers from sticks, seeds, and other found items.
Community collage of feelings in black and white photos.
Hopes and dreams for each child by their families on chalkboard painted paint stir sticks.
Family photos hanging above the atelier.
Helper chart on old shutters.
Community photo collage exploring character traits.
Child made Class Agreements.
Child made Classroom Rules.
Signs for the days of the week – written by the children. Documentation of learning/interests with each day.
Child made color collages.
Child made paint chart! (Laminated)
Beautiful black and white photo tags on the baskets. Laminated for wear and tear.
Little lantern lights strung on a branch with small jars of nature loose parts.
Branches leaning against the wall at the top of a cabinet with indirect lighting.
You might also be interested in the article “Things to Consider When Setting Up Your Environment for Curiosity and Wonder“.
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