Marianne Cane

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Recent Posts by Marianne

Sat Jul 27, 2019 9:55 AM in Science and Reggio Emilia inspired learning
Hi Joey, The Reggio Approach is based on discovering children's thinking and providing opportunities for children to express those thoughts. One instance might  be having a child draw or build his or her theory about how rain works. Once the thinking has been made visible, conversations among children, and teachers acting as researchers into the child's thinking process probe for clarification...

Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:50 AM in Weather and Elementary
I had children draw concepts of science and scientists on the covers of their Life Science notebooks at the start of the year. There were many potions and volcanoes represented. They drew concepts of weather on their Weather Notebooks at the start of the weather unit. They are now at the end of the Force and Motion/Engineering unit and I will have them draw about engineers and engineering. I am cu...

Wed Oct 18, 2017 5:58 AM in Kindergarten activities
Grass seeds grow quickly and provide an excellent way to observe the life cycle. I learned to staple near the top of the bag from Peggy Ashford at her short course in Baltimore. Thanks. Peggy!