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What is Reggio inspired learning

What is Reggio inspired learning?  When I started this journey to understand the style of education that originated in the small city of Reggio Emilia, Italy after World War II, I could not grasp what it meant.  But now I have become inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach to learning and what it looks like for early childhood learners.  I...Read More »

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One of the most important elements of Reggio-Inspired teaching is documentation. From experience, I know this can be one of the most intimidating pieces of the approach to implement.  Today I want to share one example of a documentation panel I created along with my students in a first grade classroom. Most importantly, I want …

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Everyday objects in new settings intrigue children to explore. Classifying objects by color, size, style is an important math skill. For children under three, use only large caps to avoid choke hazards.

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from A Little Craft In Your Day

20 Ways to Repurpose your Trash

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The final photos from my visit to Rosa Parks Preschool:  This is a child painted embroidery hoop with a fine netting.  I love the multi-colored yarn that the children used to sew on the netting.  A wonderful collaborative art piece made with bottle caps.  Love, love.  These are called “Identity Panels.”  I adore child’s self-portraits.  …

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The final photos from my visit to Rosa Parks Preschool:  This is a child painted embroidery hoop with a fine netting.  I love the multi-colored yarn that the children used to sew on the netting.  A wonderful collaborative art piece made with bottle caps.  Love, love.  These are called “Identity Panels.”  I adore child’s self-portraits.  …

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