When children play in a space or with Loose Parts, they experience it uniquely. Rather than focusing on the area or an object's adult-intended purpose, children may view the experience in terms of affordances or the properties of objects that define their possible use.
Miriam Beloglovsky – Playful Transformation
Kasey Kile, Director of Professional Development – Kodo Kids
Diane Spahn, Director of Education – Kodo Kids
On January 27th, Miriam Beloglovsky and Kodo had the wonderful opportunity to present the webinar, Provoking Inquiry with Loose Parts, in collaboration with Early Childhood Investigations. With that, we received such thoughtful and meaningful questions around Loose Parts. Throughout the next several weeks, we will continue the conversation with you by answering some of the questions that were presented to us.
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Thank you for your questions regarding using Loose Parts by age group. We’re excited to continue the conversation. Let’s begin by addressing some of your questions about toddlers.
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