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I really like the natural open-ended objects and the care taken to display them showing the respect given to the materials. Placing the materials for exploration on a mirrored surface adds another dimension to the experience creating complexity. Using glass containers to display the materials is a great invitation for the children to investigate what's inside.

Beautiful natural materials with neutral colours for playing house. This has GOT to be more soothing, fluid and fun than playing with jarring bright plastic colours. I'm on it. My only concern is with the pottery/glass. Omit this for now. Second hand shot & garage sales, here I come!

Our Reggio Emilia-Inspired Classroom Transformation: Quality Art Materials

Nurturing is Invisible by Frontier Dreams, via Flickr

Our Reggio Emilia-Inspired Classroom Transformation: Creative Expression..what about 2 "panels" on classroom walls to use for ongoing projects...*khs

seek out natural materials containing various numbers to practice drawing the number and writing it out... lots of good stuff involved in this exercise!

invitation to play with natural materials, draw, and write. From Joanne Marie Babalis of Our Reggio Emilia-Inspired Classroom Transition.

Transforming our Learning Environment into a Space of Possibilities: Inquiry Spaces

Just looking at a Waldorf classroom makes me feel more peaceful.