The time has come to breath some life back into this blog.
And what better way to kick start things than an tribute to my love affair with the humble pallet.
As anyone who works with the budget in an early childhood setting knows only too well, money never stretches far enough.
And even if it did, the most interesting materials and resources tend to be those that are found and reused in creative ways, or real life objects uncovered at garage sales or Op shops.
Enter the wooden pallet. Often available free of charge, or to be found for a measly $10 from a nursery or recycling centre, the pallet is an open ended resource that can be put to use in a learning environment in a myriad of ways.
Here are a few of my favorites:
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