• Yasmeen Kamrani Sallam

Wall of Wonder + Play Space

Christian Robinson‘s new line at Target ignited our playroom’s wall of wonder refresh + play sapce! His art embodies creativity, curiosity, inclusivity, wonder, and what better way to make that a part of a child‘s environment. Whether it is in a classroom or your home, I hope this inspires you to create a space that fosters creativity for children as much as #christianrobinsonxtarget does for our world.

"The learning environment...is the 'third teacher' that can either enhance the kind of learning that optimizes our students' potential to respond creatively and meaningfully to future challenges or detract from it." Loris Malaguzzi The environment plays a central part in a child's meaningful learning, fostering creativity, values we want to communicate, and a child's identity. Creating a space that honors that space while empowering a child's curiosity provides thriving environment where they can evolve in the becoming best version of themself.

Comfy Corner: Play Tent. Play mat inside is Toki Mats. Parachute Throw Pillow. Wooden Tool Bench.

Kitchen: Table Grow Wild Co. Tribal Rug. Kitchen from Kidkraft (painted it). 12345 Shelf from Homegoods. Melissa & Doug 6 Piece Play Set.

Wonder Wall: Black Shelves, Wooden Houses from Target Dollar Spot, Mondo Lllama Wooden Rainbow. Wooden peg dolls. DIY Lion Placemats. Grimms Wooden Toys. Parachute & You Matter Wall Art. Butterfly Chalkboard. Rainbow Tapestry White.

Play Mat is by Yay Mats.

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