Today we engaged in a range of numeracy and literacy provocations. Many of our students enjoyed using informal measurements to compare the size of different objects in the room. The different provocations encouraged comparative language such as “smaller” and “longer” and other provocations encouraged problem solving, collaboration, creativity, perseverance and curiosity. We absolutely loved engaging in different sensory provocations, such as making the moon sand and mixing colour water with different concentrations.
Here are our provocations:
We used our hands as a form of informal measurement to compare the size of objects and furniture in our room.
Throughout our play, we engaged in provocations that supported our language, problem solving, coordination, social interactions and love of learning.