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Love this idea! Build a bug activity. To use with our microscope bug slides in spring!

Insect Compositions

We often use loose material compositions in our classroom as a way for children to tell us what they know. We set out various mater...

Prep.Pals -> Kinder.corner on Instagram: “Being, belonging & becoming 🌟 This was a group project that promotes a sense of belonging to the kinder environment. Working together…”

227 Likes, 39 Comments - Prep.Pals -> Kinder.corner (@prep.pals) on Instagram: “Being, belonging & becoming 🌟 This was a group project that promotes a sense of belonging to the…”

Reggio Emilia: Self-reflection.... Oooo done that before- so fun!

Reggio Emilia: Self-reflection.... Oooo done that before- so fun!

Make+Believe: Reggio Emilia

The Art Pantry

Bring more creativity into your child's life. This blog is full of Inspiration, project ideas, and all things arts and crafts for kids!

Bing : Reggio Emilia Schools

Bing : Reggio Emilia Schools

Reading Confetti: 12 Science Activities for Preschoolers: Kid's Co-op. Check out the blogs listed at the bottom!

12 Science Activities for Preschoolers: Kid's Co-op

Crafts and activities for kids

Interaction Imagination: Reggio Emilia Approach

Interaction Imagination

The day we had a forest school training in Jenin, was a blistering hot day... 30 something degrees celsius. Its almost hard to imagine now that I have returned to a wintery Sweden, with cold winds and snow flurries. Really it was not an optimal day for the first time learning in the forest... but with the attitude of there is no bad weather only bad clothing we ventured into nature. I was grateful that being British from Sweden I could take one of my layers off and just be in a T-shirt, but…

Reggio Emilia: Math

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Stripe Lights

"A school needs to be a place for all children, not based on the idea that they are all the same, but that they are all different." -Loris Malaguzzi (founder of the first Reggio Emilia School) Reflective light has been the subject of discovery and object of fascination for the children for quite sometime. A few days ago we decided to experiment and play with sand on top of the light table. The children begun to explore the sand, perhaps attracted by the light that shined through the plexi…

reggio emilia classroom - Google Search

reggio emilia classroom - Google Search

Fairy Dust Teaching Kindergarten Blog: Reggio Emilia Inspired