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Reggio Playdough Provocation a week of playdough from An Everyday Story A Week of Playdough

A Week of Playdough: A week long Reggio-inspired playdough provocation

A Week of Playdough: How will the play evolve? A week-long playdough provocation with a range of different natural materials for imprinting, design, construction and pretend play [from An Everyday Story] - great reggio

Paul Klee, artist The children used the black pencil to draw a self-portrait then placed squares of tissue paper on top.  After "painting" water on top of the tissue paper, the tissue squares are removed and the color remains!

The Brilliant Child: The children used the black pencil to draw a self-portrait then placed squares of tissue paper on top. After "painting" water on top of the tissue paper, the tissue squares are removed and the color remains!

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Growing an Imaginary Garden

Our "Imaginary Garden" provocation at the writing centre Also a great tower inquiry/provocation.

spring nature table - I love the idea of adding the spring bulb flowers to grow

Reggio provocations :spring nature table - I love the idea of adding the spring bulb flowers to grow

At the beginning of every year my teaching partner and I incorporate lots of name recognition, construction, and writing provocations to engage children. Here are some of our favourites so far this…

At the beginning of every year my teaching partner and I incorporate lots of name recognition, construction, and writing provocations to engage children. Here are some of our favourites so far this…

Loose parts and writing tools - provocation to play  Passionately Curious: Learning in a Reggio Inspired Kindergarten Environment: Literacy Through Play and Projects

Loose parts and writing tools - provocation to play Passionately Curious: Learning in a Reggio Inspired Kindergarten Environment: Literacy Through Play and Projects

What is a Provocation - Reggio Inspired Learning | Racheous - Lovable Learning

What is a Provocation?

In the Reggio Emilia Approach we provoke thoughts, discussions, questions, interests, creativity and ideas! (via Racheous)

atelierista: The difference between centers and provocations: "But it seems to me there is a difference in control in centers vs. provocations. In a center the teacher has decided what will happen, and in the case of a provocation, the teacher provides some things and then watches what happens when the children come in contact with them...the teacher is not in control."

the children draw paths(mapping) between the houses so they can visit each other-atelierista: stories from the studio: The difference between centers and provocations

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