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great for fine motor

All 3 Boards of Education - Montessori Services

pergola area

Colorful Backyard Makeover

Worms Lesson Guide: This guide has it all! Books, Snacks, Crafts, Lessons and so much more! Great Resource!

Patterns/classification. Reggio provocation.

Wire (Reggio) The Very Hungry Caterpillar Provocation & Wire Exploration

Painting Provocation: A collection of pictures captured during two different CMU Study Abroad trips to Reggio Emilia, Italy ≈ ≈ For more inspiring pins

Zen play dough - Begin with plain playdough. No color, no scent. Set out little bowls of old grains and spices. Flax seeds, chia seeds, basil leaf, a flower tea. . . .All set out with a zen like peacefulness. Sniff. Pick. Mix. Add a mortar and pestle for pressing and grinding the seeds and herbs. Grind. Press.

Still life art: seasonal. See page for details.

This is great math and science play Playsets For The Imagination - Homemade Rainbows Shop

outdoor art space in a Reggio preschool

Magical dramatic play space at Fantasifantasten ≈≈

artful documentation... aesthetics are an important part of the Reggio Approach so it is important to keep this in mind when designing and displaying documentation too, as it becomes an important part in the classroom environment

Professionally tuned instruments in an area specifically designated for Music and Movement can reduce conflict and create a calming space for expression.

Awesome kid-made designs and art with loose rocks and other small items

Exploring loose parts: working with pattern and design. The mirror allows the child to explore concepts of symmetry {from One Perfect Day}

What an inspiring play space!! I would love to get rid of the massive and cumbersome tables and chairs at work and set up the space in such amazingly inviting play areas!!

Clean small toys in a laundry bag in the washing machine. Works great for Lego!!

Bottle Cap Window Shade/ The Eric Carle Museum Studio Blog

Zip tie crates to make bookshelves or cubbies. We might need this in our new classrooms!

Children have an innate sense of curiosity. Such curiosity leads them to an exploration of the world around them and the natural progression to science. Science