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A Clipboard and a Pen: Inquiry through Art Using drawing and sketching to empower children to make their ideas and thoughts visible
Classroom Display, Documents, Everyday Story1, Clipboards, Reggio Emilia, Art Ideas, Encouragement Inquiry, Learning, Reggio Inspiration
Encouraging inquiry through art An Everyday Story1 A Clipboard and a Pen: Inquiry through Art
A Clipboard and a Pen: Encouraging inquiry through art
Missouri Cities, Children Plays, Ongoing Study, Photography Projects, Lights Photography, Light Photography, Child Care, Children Participation, Class Murals
One week the children participated in the light photography project. These pictures will not only update the class mural, but will showcase a piece of our ongoing study of light with the children. #reggioemilia #littlewonders
Little Wonders Blog
Children Plays, Art Studios, Teaching Idease Pre K, Process Early, Plays Ideas, Early Childhood, Children Recognizing, Reggio Inspiration, Nature Plays
Children recognize that not all flowers look the same. #reggio
Working with clay-Each day was an invitation to try the clay in a new way-ideas for toddlers-Little Wonders Blog
Work, Clay, Continuous, Curious, Art, Endless, Children, Reggio, Toddlers
The possibilities were endless with the children, each day we are curious to see where the children take us in their work. We continue to p...
Fruit exploration with the Light Board-Little Wonders School
Mesa De Luz, Exploration Citrus, Lights Tables, Reggio Light, Citrus Fruit, Lights Boards, K Kids, Light Table Ideas, De Lichtbak
Cítricos en la mesa de luz.
Exploring Citrus Fruit on the Light Table
exploring citrus fruit on the light board
Ontdekken van appelsienen, mandarijnen, ... op de lichtbak
Open Ended Materials-Little Wonders Blog
Screens Shots, Dough, Promotion Creative, Open End Materials, Reggio Emilia, Materials Tende, Shots 2014 01 27, Sensory Plays, Sensory Ideas
Open-ended materials tend to promote creativity and imagination.
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light table with coffee filters and different watercolors each day over the course of four days. This project enticed the children to play with the watercolors and see the color through the light as they painted. The color had a variety of different hues and gave the children a chance to see the broad-spectrum one color can have-Little Wonders Blog