Shadows with old projector. OMG I want to do this, but I feel this would be destroyed in seconds with my soon to be two year olds.

Use Old Classroom Tech in New Ways: Shadows with Projectors (via StrongStart)

Educators must trust that the classroom environment will act as the “Third Teacher” and it’s intentional organization and placement of materials will support student learning. Playfully Inspired: A Journey Through Early Learning ≈≈

Educators must trust that the classroom environment will act as the “Third Teacher” and it’s intentional organization and placement of materials will support student learning. Playfully Inspired: A Journey Through Early Learning ≈≈

Reggio Inspired Overhead Projector Play and Learn Ideas

Reggio Inspired Overhead Projector Play and Learn Ideas

When the projector in the main library room is not in use for a class, the librarian could place a table in front of the screen and set up displays for new books or series.

Reggio Inspired Overhead Projector Play and Learn Ideas

When the projector in the main library room is not in use for a class, the librarian could place a table in front of the screen and set up displays for new books or series.

justfordaisy: Shadow Play Kids Fun

Silhouette and Shadow Play

We have some great puppets at the Toy Library that would be perfect for this. justfordaisy: Silhouette and Shadow Play

From First Grade Fresh. I've done this with a good ol' low-tech overhead projector set on the floor by a wall, and the kids loved it! Of course, you could do the same thing with a doc camera, and wouldn't even need the transparent tiles.

From First Grade Fresh. I've done this with a good ol' low-tech overhead projector set on the floor by a wall, and the kids loved it! Of course, you could do the same thing with a doc camera, and wouldn't even need the transparent tiles.

Overhead projector center: Children can trace letters, words, numbers, shapes, etc. with a whiteboard marker!

Reggio Inspired Overhead Projector Play and Learn Ideas

Overhead projector center: Children can trace letters, words, numbers, shapes, etc. with a whiteboard marker!

Materials: overhead projector, light table, jewels, number, letters, translucent opaque paper, stones, tracing paper, transparencies, mark -Playfully Inspired: A Journey Through Early Learning ≈≈

Materials: overhead projector, light table, jewels, number, letters, translucent opaque paper, stones, tracing paper, transparencies, mark -Playfully Inspired: A Journey Through Early Learning ≈≈


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