Are you looking to spruce up your learning spaces? Put away your wallet and pull out your hammer! Below you will find some creative DIY ideas shared by some of our readers.
Members of my Pre-K Fun Facebook Community shared so many fun and engaging ideas in February including many for Valentine's Day and Dental Health Month.
Today I'm sharing some fabulous spaces and activities that have been shared in our FB Community.
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Below you will find a sampling, from some of the supportive educators that have shared their spaces with our community.
Korie W. of Ward's Wonderyears Child care shared her fabulous reading area. Complete with accessible shelving for Toddler Books below, and comfy pillows for relaxing and reading a book.
Are you looking for some DIY Inspiration?
Here is a collection of some fabulous Free & DIY Ideas from our Daycare Spaces and Ideas Facebok Community!
Check out this low cost Music Wall Angela W. made.
She said most of these items came from the Dollar Store!
This fun outdoor music space belongs to Shelley. I love the multi colored PVC pipes, and the Trashcan. Don't forget to overlook everyday objects that can be turned into something new!
I love Miranda's DIY Sandbox! The cover flips open to make seats!
I bet the kids have a lot of fun playing here.
I love how Diane created this outdoor scale. What a great way to incorporate Math into your outdoor play.
Colleen is so clever! She turned her unused tub space into a functional changing area! It's completely removable as well.
Oil Pan Magnet Boards are still hot! Felecia turned this one into a mobile circle time board. How Clever!
Jermeisha shared how she made this fabulous reading corner by attaching Fiber Fill to paper lanterns. I think this turned out so adorable. Such a cozy place to read!
There is less Indoor mess at Tara's now that she installed this outdoor sink!
Cathy has such a simple way to incorporate a music wall into her back yard
(I like the added touch of the Instrument storage too!)
What a fun pretend Kitchen for all of the budding chef's in Jessica's backyard!
Lisa made this cute "Alphabet Monster" activity using recycled objects. In addition to letters this would be great for Numbers, Shapes and Colors too!
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I hope you are enjoying your Summer! There have been so many fabulous ideas shared in our Daycare Spaces and Ideas Community Group over the last few months. If you aren't a member yet, be sure to join us here! Here are just a few of the great spaces and ideas that have been featured in our group:
As a previous Daycare provider, I know how much time I scoured the internet trying to find Free and DIY Budget friendly options for my learning spaces.
In this monthly series,you will find: DIY and Free items that have been shared in our On-line Community- so you can spend less time scouring and more time "creating".
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