Provocation allows children to translate their thinking…

 

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Materials are set up for the children begging a response.

Will the materials beckon the children to use them?

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It’s me!
(E.E.)

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“Colourful Land”
A.B. explains that this is an apple tree and these are apples on the ground that have fallen off the apple tree.

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Poison Snake

A.M. explains that this is a different kind of snake that is eating poison cherries and it makes him a poison snake.

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“My Garden”
Red Riding Hood, because I see lots of red…..

Collaboration

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“The Rainbow Forest”                                                                                       – its rainbowy because there’s trees and rainbows go to trees.

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One Response to Provocation allows children to translate their thinking…

  1. Elaine F. Debassige says:

    Beautiful work of art along with the titles for each frame!

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