The Lab School at Seneca College.
Thornwood School Kindergarten Class
There is a huge thank you to all of those who warmly welcomed me to their settings and allowed me to learn and be inspired.
So I will let the photos do the talking... (grouped by setting)
|light from the airplane... Toronto below ... maybe the ultimate light-table?|
|messing about with light at Thornwood - the empty plastic box for the mood cubes on the overhead|
|mirrors - how many, what position and how can this add to the experience?|
|more dollar shop finds on the overhead... looking for interesting shadow on the wall|
|adding torches to plasticine play allows another way of looking and exploring|
|materials on the lighttable at Acorn School.|
|more loose parts - transparent and mirrors|
|loose parts... sea göass, stones and agate (did you know that if you angle agate right on a Overhead that you can create a rainbow prism - see if you can... I could at least...)|
|more loose parts for lighttable and overhead|
|usinf light as part of the documentation display|
|a documentation of children playing in a fish-light bathed room at Seneca Lab School... for a more atmospheric fishing experience...|
Laurel Fynes blog "This Kindergarten Life" (Thornwood)
Facebook page of Acorn School
I found no great link to the Lab School that would let you see more images and be further inspired... the information was writen only and directed for parents and students...