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I have to give credit to Phyllis over at there's a dragon in my art room for this process. I went to her workshop at NAEA 2017 on this technique and I just knew I had to do it with my kiddos immediately. My third graders were learning about world cultures and had just studied Africa, so I wan

I have to give credit to Phyllis over at there's a dragon in my art room for this process. I went to her workshop at NAEA 2017 on this technique and I just knew I had to do it with my kiddos immediately. My third graders were learning about world cultures and had just studied Africa, so I wan

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Who is your child as a learner? Use this learning map to uncover the different threads of learning.

Who is your child as a learner? Use this learning map to uncover the different threads of learning.

Exploring water can be fascinating. We started our exploration with plain water and eye droppers.   The trays were lined with wax paper.   ...

Exploring water can be fascinating. We started our exploration with plain water and eye droppers. The trays were lined with wax paper.

Pipes, bamboo & rocks in the water troughs at Elder Street Early Childhood Centre (",)

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