Table Top Provocations

16 March 2015 · 2 comments

in Nature Play & Learning, Outdoor Courses & Training

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As I travel through Australia, I’m getting the opportunity to meet and interact with many fantastic early years educators. This is such a privilege. At Penguin in Tasmania, the ECET organisers provided some table top provocations which left me inspired and impressed. Because I’m so focused on the outdoors I rarely consider what the indoor environment looks like. If you ever train others, or have trainers in to present, perhaps you will also like and enjoy the following photos…

Penguin Table 10

Penguin Table 9

Penguin Table 8

Penguin Table 7

Real lemon play dough and cinnamon and other spice scented play dough

Penguin Table 5

Yes! There really are goldfish in the bowl.

Penguin Table 6

Penguin Table 3

Penguin Table 2

Penguin Table 1

I particularly enjoyed the range of plants which I don’t usually find in the UK! It all seems so exotic!

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Mike Watson March 16, 2015 at 21:22

What beautiful ideas – in many way so simple and yet they have the potential to create talk, art, awe and wonder, curiosity and so much more!
Thanks for sharing!

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Juliet Robertson March 16, 2015 at 21:35

Agreed – the idea can also be adapted to any training or start to a school day!

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