I didn’t have any cool wooden blocks like this so I was extremely excited when they arrived in the mail. My students play with them in both traditional ways and nontraditional ways….
Sometimes they play with them on the art table…
And sometimes they play with them on the light table….
And sometimes they play with them on the floor…
By bringing the blocks into different areas in the classroom, my students find new and interesting ways to play and build with them. Some children who never play with the blocks on the floor will suddenly gain an interest in them when they are on the table…
Our threes have discovered that the rainbow blocks make fun colorful binoculars….
These blocks are designed for play that leads to natural learning opportunities on concepts surrounding shapes, colors, light, color mixing, geometry, and building…
I am thankful I have a set of these blocks in my classroom and perhaps you can have a set too!
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