outdoor animal world http://greeningsamandavery.typepad.com/greening-sam-and-avery/2011/07/outdoor-play-link-up-water-play-with-an-animal-twist.html
wonder board - use pictures of current unit? Great for animal investigations/ nonfiction research unit. Could also use for Florida History and Science :)
Loose parts, mirrors, blocks, toy animals, plants, baskets on the floor- click on image for better view ≈≈ http://www.pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/provocations-inspiring-classrooms/
Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Animals in Winter- The Project (Part 1)
"Items from nature such as plants, rocks, shells, flowers, and animals are considered essential for creating aesthetic experiences. Natural items such as pebbles, seeds, and driftwood add a richness of texture and color to the sensory experience."
Storing sand in drawers! What a great way to keep the sand contained (theoretically). And they're also super deep so you can build your sand up... make castles...put in habitats or different animals... The possibilities are endless!
Animal exploration: like how the individual squares of grass define space to play
Sticks, stones and animals! Fun to change it up a bit!
Animals & table-top blocks at The Bing Institute at Bing Nursery School, Stanford University )",)
Plastic plants in construction area with animals, blocks, pinecones, etc. From Fairy Dust Teaching Kindergarten Blog.