Creating Walls That Speak!

Adentures of our Flat Stanley!!

Stan all dressed up as a welcome guest speaker for CHFI at the Royal Wedding!
(thank you CHFI for taking our little flat boy to England with you on this special day!)

Checking out the city of HK

out on the town in TO

Stanley goes to Hong Kong

Skiing with Superintendent George

This was the beginning of one documentation panel we created documenting and illustrating the experiences our children were having with our little flat boy (based on the story of “Flat Stanley” written by Jeff Brown) as they learned about the world through his travels!
Documentation panels should be co created with both educators, and can be co created with students.
Documentation panels are a way to keep the learning memorable and alive, and act as a window into the classroom and learning for your school community.
When sharing documentation with others, the product should be visually appealing in terms of flow and organization, tell a learning story, and communicate a message clearly through flow and organization.
Sharing documentation provides evidence of children s learning in an intentional play based classroom.

Stanley with CHFI at Royal Wedding!

(Due to image release and our respect for the children and their families privacy, displaying other examples of our documentation panels was not possible)