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This book focuses on open-ended materials that you can find in your everyday environment, materials that are often free or available at a very low cost. Individual chapters discuss five different kinds of open-ended materials: Found materials Natural materials Recycled and scrap materials Low-cost materials Easy-to-make materials Each chapter contains information on where to find the materials, where to add them in your classroom, and how to use them. In addition, Something From Nothing includes: Photos illustrating the materials and how children use them Pictorial step-by-step directions for easy-to-make materials 20 small- and large-group activities Ideas on how to involve families in collecting and making the materials Whether it is an old set of kitchen utensils, a collection of shells you have gathered over time, or that pile of plastic grocery bags under your kitchen sink, this book will help you see the learning possibilities of ordinary items.
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Book Description HighScope, 2013. Soft cover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 016595