Great collection of wooden block activities for children!  Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, homeschool, and more!

25+ Wooden Block Activities for Preschoolers

A great collection of wooden block activities for preschoolers, kindergartners, and homeschoolers. Includes links to non-traditional block ideas, too.

Children love to play with “loose parts” which they can move about, use for their own self-selected construction projects and incorporate into their dramatic play. Studies indicate that children actually prefer to play with stones, bricks, stumps, sand and other natural materials. ≈ ≈

Loose Parts play: Did you know that studies indicate that children actually prefer to play with stones, bricks, stumps, sand and other natural materials, rather than with carefully designed (by adults) playground equipment?

25 Unique Invitations to Build! Fun building activities for kids beyond blocks . Build with styrofoam, sugar cubes, orange peels, corks, etc..

Building Study: 25 Unique Invitations to Build! Fun building activities for kids beyond blocks . Build with styrofoam, sugar cubes, orange peels, corks, etc.

Do ever have those kids that get to the blocks center and don't know what to build? "I Can" anchor charts and books helps give students ideas of…

I Can Build...Blocks Center

Do ever have those kids that get to the blocks center and don't know what to build? "I Can" anchor charts and books helps give students ideas of what they can build. Easy way to embed STEM activities to your classroom.

Using the iPad as a guide for building with blocks brings technology into a real hands on activity. Photos can be taken of any tower of blocks to rebuild!

Building with Blocks & Technology

Building with blocks & technology - using the iPad as a guide for building with blocks brings technology into a real hands on activity. Photos can be taken of any tower of blocks to rebuild

An example of how to expand block play with art media and loose parts to encourage pretend play and representation of ideas based on the unique interests of the child. Reggio inspired.

Exploring Reggio: Expanding Block Play

NEED TO DO THIS IN MY CLASSROOM! An example of how to expand block play with art media and loose parts to encourage pretend play and representation of ideas based on the unique interests of the child.

Family n Friends Dolls

I took this at Cuyamaca College at their Child Development Center on campus. They have developed the center into a Reggio Emilio center.

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