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Popsicle sticks + clothes pins = Building experience! #stem #preschool

Elements of Art: Form Children create sculptures with looseparts (clothespins and popsicle sticks)

Reggio Emilia inspired provocation for infants. Exploring Textures: Rough. Contact Paper with Sand on Top, Seashells, Wooden Rounds, and Shredded Paper.

Reggio Emilia inspired provocation for infants. Contact Paper with Sand on Top, Seashells, Wooden Rounds, and Shredded Paper.

Self-portrait done in paint ON mirror

A huge part of the Reggio Emilia style (which we try to emulate in our homes) is “The Environment” as the third teacher. You can see our “Environments” HE

Invitations to Explore with Rocks | Reggio Provocations - Racheous - Respectful Learning & Parenting

Invitations to Explore with Rocks Reggio Provocations - Racheous - Respectful Learning & Parenting

Pin 5 - Have questions for the parents about the child's learning, and what they expect, want to see at the centre. This also deepens the relationship within the centre. Question examples - "which learning environment do you value to be more important" then have the answers as being "outside" or "inside". Learning ideas, programs could be shaped from these types of questions from parents.

Another parents wall item. Parent engagement is so important. Small things like this can help parents and teachers communicate better.