Reggio Inspired: Hanging Art
Reggio Emilia inspired classrooms and projects...hanging work vertically...using wire/bent paper clips?
I'm still here! Reggio Influence/Classroom Set-Up
Wow! Things have been very busy and my poor blog has not been kept up the way I had wanted it to. I told myself that I wanted to post at least twice a month if not weekly - but that has definitely not been a priority on my list of to-do's. There have been many exciting things going on. Summer has ended, school is back in session, college classes have started, and thing are in full swing! As we ended the summer season it was time to get back into a more formal routine at the center I work at…
Getting the most value out of a bookshelf in the preschool classroom
There are days that I wish I had more space in my indoor classroom. Don't get me wrong, I am very proud of my indoor classroom. I love setting it up to be warm and inviting and I enjoy the challenge of turning small spaces into valuable spaces. Today I want to share with you
ORGANIC MATERIALS AND LEARNING
MEANINGFUL LEARNING with ORGANIC MATERIALS The world around us offers us so much to use to create learning opportunities with childr...
The Reggio Emilia approach, a conerstone to our philosophy
Before reading please note that I typed this in word and copied into blogger. Some words are underlined for no apparent reason and I can't figure out how to change them. Also some of the images I got are from Let the Children Play, which is an awesome blog that I suggest anyone to follow. Thanks here you go..... I believe in a curriculum that is child based and gives each child the opportunity to explore and discover in ways which are exciting and interesting to each individual child. By…