I love to find things to use in my classroom that invite curiosity or to renew interest in an old activity. Today, I want to introduce you to what I like to call “the reflection table.”…

The Reflection Table by Teach Preschool

To set up our reflection table, we simply put a light weight full length mirror on the table for the children to work on.  There are non-breakable full length mirrors that you can use in the classroom as a reflection table or in your dress-up area or other parts of the classroom available at many education stores…

The Reflection Table by Teach Preschool

Whenever my students walk into the classroom and notice that the reflection table is set up, they can’t resist the opportunity to walk over and look at their own reflection…

The Reflection Table by Teach Preschool

Observing the children talk to each other and examine their own and each other’s reflections in the mirror is one of my favorite reasons to set up the reflection table….

The Reflection Table by Teach Preschool

But like I mentioned before, I also like to use the reflection table as a way to put a new spin on activities or to add a new element of interest or exploration to a process like our colorful rainbow reflection cutting table…

The Reflection Table by Teach Preschool

Or as a writing center…

The Reflection Table by Teach Preschool

For our class, the focus of the reflection table isn’t so much on trying to create reflections as much as it is providing a new and interesting canvas for our students to work…

The Reflection Table by Teach Preschool

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