Reggio-Emilia: How To Bring the Most Out of Your Early Learning Environment
My quest this year was to create a more organized, visually pleasing environment in our preschool classroom. My inspiration has come from various classes I've taken this year, inspirational teachers, cohort among local preschools, and of course, blogging! My research of other classrooms and personal aesthetic have led me to the Reggio Emilia approach to classroom environments. I do not claim to be a Reggio teacher. I have, however, learned to borrow bits and pieces from various pedagogical…
How to Set Up a Preschool Science Area in a Small Space
Short on space? Come see how we set up our preschool science area using a small area on top of a bookshelf!
Handmade touch and feel sensory board
This listing is for a handmade touch and feel sensory board .. I can custom Make this board to suit your child's sensory needs. Included are Wood feel Shiny crackly Rough Rubbery Scratchy Pm me for a custom order
Open-Ended Materials The open-ended materials are located in the Block Center, but children are allowed to use them in any area of the room, for any creative use. What's in the Block Center River Rocks,
What on earth do you do with the 6194 pieces of art work that your child creates? And that’s just this week! As Pebble becomes a more enthusiastic artist each and every day, I find myself struggling with teetering piles of art work that I just can’t bear to part with. Drawings, paintings, collage, construction…. … Continue reading "Storing and Displaying Children’s Art"
Designs for Living and Learning: Transforming Early Childhood Environments
Amazon.com: Designs for Living and Learning: Transforming Early Childhood Environments (9781605543727): Curtis, Deb: Books