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Exploring Reggio

Learning through play, inspired by the philosophies of Reggio Emilia


Exploring Reggio

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How to create Reggio Emilia inspired play and environments at home: Take the 30 Days to Transform Your Play challenge from An Everyday Story

Learning about shadow and reflection - the Reggio way (via Racheous - Lovable Learning)

Tools for Backyard Exploration!

How to Make Rainbow Blocks: A Simple and Inexpensive DIY from An Everyday Story (Inspired by 150+ Screen-free Activities for Kids)

Creating A Space for Your Child’s Interests

10 USEFUL ADDITIONS TO LOOSE PARTS!

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

Upcycled Robots | Creative Provocation

The Reggio-Emilia Approach in America

Discovering Shapes and Symmetry - Such a simple idea. Place a mirror on the floor and play with a wooden rainbow stacker, blocks, anything.

What is the best clay for kids? Tons of inspiration for working with clay with kids of all ages! & information about different types of clay!

Preschool Homeschool Art Explorations: experiences, books and materials for creating meaningful art experiences for children {from An Everyday Story}

Loose Parts | what, where, why and how of loose parts play

Incorporating Mirrors | using mirrors in play, learning and spaces for children

Selecting Materials | Day 10 - 30 Days to Transform Your Play #30daystyp

Exploring Clay | Day 11 in the inspiring 30 Days to Transform Your Play! #30DaysTYP

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

Exploring Literacy with Clay!

Learning About Butterfly Life Cycles | meaningful learning experiences at home

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)

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    Fascinating post on your blog and quite inspiring. Never heard of this type of learning and it intrigues me greatly. Many thanks for opening my mind to some refreshing and new ideas.

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

Learn and Play Using Real Tools with Kids | Racheous - Lovable Learning