Reggio Emilia inspired classroom                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

Reggio Emilia inspired classroom-- I really love the leaves on the door. using the natural light as a light table almost it's fun and I would do it in my classroom -- erin

Inspiring a sense of belonging at Cammeray, image shared by Only About Children. Love this as a great way to explain family trees to children.

This is a great way to display family pictures! I love how it brings nature inside and connects all family trees together as one classroom family tree.

Reggio Emilia Classrooms Setup | as teachers set...

Create a photo book of famous structures from around the world to use in your block center. Great for kindergarten, preschool, and homeschool classrooms! Includes a link for a free structure book! ECERS-R 22 MS ELS for and LI 4 IT FS HE 2

Geo boards made of wood slabs, great texture differences

DIY Geo-boards made of wood slabs to explore math thinking about lines, shapes & angles! (Via Richmond School District)

Comparison of Reggio Emilia, Waldorf (Steiner) and Montessori Preschool Classrooms

Comparison of Reggio Emilia, Waldorf (Steiner) and Montessori Preschool Classrooms (how we montessori)

I am interested in all forms of education. While we are a Montessori family I love components of and deeply appreciate alternative educational philosophies. I also love looking at classroom design whi

So many amazing ideas at Rosa Parks Reggio Inspired classrooms.  What a gem!!     http://www.fairydustteaching.com/2013/02/reggio-inspired-chandeliers.html

Reggio Inspired Reggio Art Chandelier in the Rosa Parks Classroom from Fairy Dust Teaching.

Reggio-Inspired Math Activities and Ideas. Find out more at Fairy Dust Teaching.

I would have liked math more if I learned with real materials like this!

Can you make these shapes? Challenge young children to use craft sticks to make a range of 2D shapes

Can you make these shapes? Challenge young children to use craft sticks to make a range of shapes could use pool noodles!

"A Circle of Learning" Each child created a clay figure of themselves which was joined together into a large circle symbolizing their friendship and collaborative learning.

"A Circle of Learning" Each child created a clay figure of themselves which was joined together into a large circle symbolizing their friendship and collaborative learning. Love this as a way to build classroom community

Love the squares that just call for thinking about adding just one!

Reggio-based Math Provocations with Ten Frames, Numerals & Loose parts! (Via Richmond School District)

20 FREE Name Activities for the First Week of Kindergarten

20 FREE Name Activities for the First Week of Kindergarten

One of our friends kept making kites during Thinking,Learning and Discovering Time. Before we knew it, making kites was a favorite pastime .

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