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How to create Reggio Emilia inspired play and environments at home Take the 30 Days to Transform Your Play challenge from An Everyday Story 30 Days TYP

How to create Reggio Emilia inspired play and environments at home Take the 30 Days to Transform Your Play challenge from An Everyday Story 30 Days TYP

Project work usually goes for about an hour or so. At the beginning of each session I remind Jack what we did last time and ask him what he would like to do this session. I keep a journal where I write observations, any questions Jack has during the session and ideas for the following session. At the end of project work we always make a plan for the next session.

Project work usually goes for about an hour or so. At the beginning of each session I remind Jack what we did last time and ask him what he would like to do this session. I keep a journal where I write observations, any questions Jack has during the session and ideas for the following session. At the end of project work we always make a plan for the next session.

When I see images like this, I ask myself: "How did/does the teacher(s) help to deepen this kind of amazing play? Some of my pre-K students would LOVE this and totally 'get it', but others of them would simply throw rocks! There has to be a way to inspire this type of deep play...and I WILL find it!"

When I see images like this, I ask myself: "How did/does the teacher(s) help to deepen this kind of amazing play? Some of my pre-K students would LOVE this and totally 'get it', but others of them would simply throw rocks! There has to be a way to inspire this type of deep play...and I WILL find it!"

let the children play: Reggio-inspired preschool ateliers... I have a smaller space, but this picture is an example of what I want to see!

let the children play: Reggio-inspired preschool ateliers... I have a smaller space, but this picture is an example of what I want to see!

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