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Exploring Reggio

Learning through play, inspired by the philosophies of Reggio Emilia

Exploring Light | ideas for exploring natural and artificial light - Day 17 in the 30 Days to Transform Your Play series #30daystyp

A beautiful and simple way to explore colors and patterns on the light table with rainbow crystals!

Kindergarten Homeschool: A glimpse inside a Reggio-inspired Kindergarten homeschool. See the structure of their days and the types of activities they do. No desk. No worksheets. (from An Everyday Story)

Real, quality, child-sized tools for children: resources that naturally lead to real and meaningful learning experiences | Racheous - Lovable Learning

Easy No-Cook Lemon and Eucalyptus Play Dough - One Perfect Day

Inside the Art Cupboard: You don't need a lot of space to create an art cupboard full of authentic art materials {from An Everyday Story}

Ball run wall: large scale pegboard walls with tubes, ramps, pipes, funnels, pegs, rails and recyclables to construct elaborate ball runs and experiment! via Racheous - Lovable Learning

An example of how to expand block play with art media and loose parts to encourage pretend play and representation of ideas based on the unique interests of the child. Reggio inspired.

Maths investigation area for exciting, open-ended learning! Lists of materials included

Playful Numeracy - make math visible and hands on | Exploring Reggio via Racheous - Lovable Learning

Mixing textures into paints: a sensory art exploration

What colour is the sky? Creating colours to ignite creativity and imagination from An Everyday Story

Reggio Inspired Process Art - One Perfect Day

Use a sheet of Plexiglass and fingerpaint to make a rainbow tunnel to explore color: A Reggio-inspired big art project for toddlers.

Playful Learning Spaces - Create a Literacy Table - One Perfect Day

Library role play for context-rich literacy play

A Reggio-inspired exploration of the night sky using tempera paint and mirrors. Inspired by illustrations from "The Old Man Who Painted the Sky" by Teri Sloat.