Morning light pours in.
|J looks at his play dough through the light. He sees that some parts are lighter than others.|
|T explains, "I need to flatten my play dough. |
In the old days, before rollers, they just used their hands or faces like this.
Hey! Can the light go through my hand?
|J tests the same idea.|
Questions and ideas build.
|How does the light affect the play dough here?|
|What if we pinch different parts?|
Collaboration continues, naturally scaffolding.
|What if we have small holes?|
|What if we have big holes?|
This is the genius of childhood.