📑 Messing About with Messy Play: Messy Maths and More

Bookmarked Messing About with Messy Play: Messy Maths and More (Technology Rich Inquiry Based Research)
By messing about and getting messy, teachers learn the value of messy play. They see the potential of open-ended exploration with loose parts indoors and outdoors. Perhaps a belief in the Theory of Messing About will support the reconsideration of “Pinterest Pretty” and “Instagram Beautiful”.
I recently attended a regional meeting which involved a focus on ‘STEM’ involving random objects. It was amazing to watch the creativity with the seemingly scrap materials. This is a hat that my table made with that being our brief:

One of the interesting things that I observed through the activity was the storytelling that naturally came out of the activity.

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