‘In any environment, both the degree of inventiveness and creativity, and the possibility of discovery, are directly proportional to the number and kind of variables in it.’ ~ Simon Nicholson, Architect In 1972, architect Simon Nicholson developed the Theory of Loose Parts; the idea that … Continue reading
Soothing calming lavender, picked fresh from Nanna’s garden and left to dry. The aroma has filled our house. A batch of plain playdough, some sprigs of lavender and some loose dried flowers made for a wonderful morning activity. I like … Continue reading
Don’t you just love playing with colour and light? This activity turned out so much more beautifully than I imagined; the whole wall was lit with blue light, speckled by tiny rainbows. Lately I’ve been trying to challenge myself to … Continue reading
Painting with bubble wrap was one of Jack’s (3.5yrs) first sensory painting experiences. He loved it then and he still loves it now. Sometimes I like to add some paper for printing but most of the time he simply enjoys … Continue reading
I think winter is behind us now. Each day is warmer than the next and we are finding ourselves being drawn outside more and more. My time as playgroup facilitator at our Reggio-inspired playgroup has come to an end. It was such a … Continue reading
This little video is sure to make you smile. It sure made me smile…enjoy 😀 What did I tell ya? 😀
A snapshot of our week, our everyday story ….. If you feel inspired to share a moment from your week please leave a comment with your link below or pop over to Instragram and use the hashtag #p52thisweek.