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Read Appendix A: Loose Parts and Intelligent Playthings Categorized by Schema from the textbook: Emergent Curriculum in Early Childhood Settings – From Theory to Practice, 2nd edition, by Susan Stacey. (pages 218-225)
For each of the 15 learning schemas, write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. If you do not know what some of these materials are, please look them up.
Some of the materials are listed in different learning schema. Do not repeat materials for different schemas. Choose different materials for each category.
Note: Even though some of these materials are in Appendix A, do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

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Connecting Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Train sets, buckles, Lego, harnesses, fridge magnets, stickers, marker caps, shoes

They may be exploring:

Connecting

Loose Parts

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3.

Natural

Loose Parts

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3.

Large Play

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3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

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3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

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Commercial

Toys/Gifts

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3.

Connecting Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Disconnecting / Deconstructing Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Cutting with scissors, knocking towers down, making play dough into small segments, tearing pages from books, taking apart electronics or devices, destroying objects, removing couch cushions, cutting hair

They may be exploring:

Disconnecting / Deconstructing

Loose Parts

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3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

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3.

Large Play

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3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

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3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

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3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

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2.

3.

Disconnecting / Deconstructing Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Trajectory Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Airplanes, car crashes, balls, sharks, birds, Superman, throwing toys, throwing food, jumping off things, knocking things down, expressive art, basketball, bubbles, explosions

They may be exploring:

Trajectory

Loose Parts

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3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

1.

2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

1.

2.

3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

1.

2.

3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

1.

2.

3.

Trajectory Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Enclosing / Enveloping Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Forts, hide and seek, putting toys to bed, burying items in sand, wrapping presents, eggs and nests, hats, being inside cupboards, painting entire canvas, Lego enclosures

They may be exploring:

Enclosing / Enveloping

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

1.

2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

1.

2.

3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

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2.

3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

1.

2.

3.

Enclosing / Enveloping Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Dynamic Vertical Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Elevators, balls, towers, dropping objects on purpose, scribbling up and down, building tall towers

They may be exploring:

Dynamic Vertical

Loose Parts

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2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

1.

2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

1.

2.

3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

1.

2.

3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

1.

2.

3.

Dynamic Vertical Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Dynamic Horizontal Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Speed racers, traffic, running laps, trains, scribbling left and right, tennis, bowling, clapping, waving flags, vacuums, lawn mowers, tunnels, pushing strollers, building roads, shakers, swordplay

They may be exploring:

Dynamic Horizontal

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

1.

2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

1.

2.

3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

1.

2.

3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

1.

2.

3.

Dynamic Horizontal Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Rotation / Circularity Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Putting trucks upside down, turning knobs on stereo and appliances, planets, baseball, racetracks, CDs, launching toys that roll, spinning in circles, washing machines

They may be exploring:

Rotation / Circularity

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

1.

2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

1.

2.

3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

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2.

3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

1.

2.

3.

Rotation / Circularity Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Going Through a Boundary Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Making holes in things, poking with sticks, putting fingers in holes, arrows and bullets, swords, ice fishing, sewing, earrings, destroying safety gates, putting limbs through bars of railings

They may be exploring:

Going Through a Boundary

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

1.

2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

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2.

3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

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2.

3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

1.

2.

3.

Going Through a Boundary Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Going Around a Boundary Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Drawing around the edge of paper, walking the perimeter of a playground or building, tracing, winding string around objects, tying knots, walking over or around obstacles, bracelets and necklaces, weaving, finger knitting

They may be exploring:

Going Around a Boundary

Loose Parts

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2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

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2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

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3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

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Commercial

Toys/Gifts

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3.

Going Around a Boundary Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Transporting Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Having hands full of objects, full pockets, filling and dumping, dump trucks, bags, shopping carts, wheelbarrows

They may be exploring:

Transporting

Loose Parts

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2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

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3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

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Additional

Tools/Bases

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Commercial

Toys/Gifts

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3.

Transporting Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Ordering / Positioning Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Putting toys in a row, arranging food on a plate, parking toy cars, sorting, sequencing by size, arranging furniture, straightening rows of shoes, stacking books

They may be exploring:

Ordering / Positioning

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

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2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

1.

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3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

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3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

1.

2.

3.

Ordering /Positioning Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Transforming Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Makeovers, body paint, fashion dolls, fantasy, mermaids, robots, shape shifters, werewolves, costumes, missing media, decorating, drawing on oneself, weather and sky, cooking, intentional mess making

They may be exploring:

Transforming

Loose Parts

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2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

1.

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3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

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3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

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Commercial

Toys/Gifts

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3.

Transforming Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Orientation / Perspective Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Climbing everything, playing peek-a-boo games, sitting upside down, hanging from bars, looking through holes and transparent objects, standing on toys, crawling under tables, optical illusions, magic

They may be exploring:

Orientation / Perspective

Loose Parts

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2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

1.

2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

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2.

3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

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3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

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2.

3.

Orientation /Perspective Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Aggregating / Cumulative Effect Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Combining multiples of same objects, making finely detailed art, mosaics, or collage, making confetti, harvesting, scooping and filling, ball pits, record breaking, unusual weather events, statistics, lists, textiles, layering or polishing, assembly lines, shops, merchandise displays, patterns, making tall towers or deep holes, knitting or crochet

They may be exploring:

Aggregating / Cumulative Effect

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

1.

2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

1.

2.

3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

1.

2.

3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

1.

2.

3.

Aggregating / Cumulative Effect Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)
Sound Schema: Write down a minimum of 3 materials in each category from Appendix A, that you choose to have in your classroom. Do not repeat materials. Do not include food, Styrofoam, balloons, or animal products in your list.

If your child loves:

Shaking, banging, or tapping objects, musical instruments, crinkly paper, music, rhythm and rhyme, shouting into cups or tubes, animal sounds, noisy appliances

They may be exploring:

Sound

Loose Parts

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2.

3.

Natural

Loose Parts

1.

2.

3.

Large Play

1.

2.

3.

Recyclable/

Repurposed

1.

2.

3.

Additional

Tools/Bases

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3.

Commercial

Toys/Gifts

1.

2.

3.

Sound Schema: In your own words, describe how you will obtain these materials and where you will place them in your classroom. (minimum: 100 words)

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