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Reggio inspired classrooms

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Reggio inspired classrooms. Get inspired and try out new things.

Reggio Emilia inspired early learning. Chef prepared tasty & nutritious meals. Art, Gardening, Music, French & Speech Therapy. Connections with nature & sustainability.

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It’s not just another classroom with neutral colours, stones, and baskets. We live in Muskoka and our environment as the third teacher reflects our culture of living and how we encourage chil…

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Let's take a deeper look at the details in Nammi's room. There is a lot of inspiration! Notice how often she has the children do the writing for displays. Beautiful. A simple alphabet for a word wall made by the children with sticks and seeds. Laminated alphabet strip in writing center. Drawers of letters, papers and stickers ready to be used in creating in the writing center. Child made numbers from sticks, seeds, and other found items. Community collage of feelings in black and white…

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In these Reggio inspired classrooms - each room develops its own birthday tradition. Here is one classroom's documentation on how the traditions are formed: A peek at birthday traditions: IDEA 1: I adore this idea! Notice in the first photo there are empty hoops hanging. On the child's birthday they decorate and fill their hoop. There is glitter involved as well - love the sparkle!!! The child's photo and birthday are attached to the jute holding the hoop. Love. Totally. IDEA 2: Another…

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Rose Parks Preschool, a Reggio Inspired school, had so many hanging art pieces. I am sharing a few of these amazing collaborative art pieces. The strands of assorted beads, ribbons, and other objects that the children created. These were all hung from a tree branch. Beautiful! I love full branches like this one. The children's self-portraits twirl from the limbs with their photo. The teacher in this classroom told me the best story about this chandelier. On an afternoon walk, the class found…

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The following photos are from the classrooms at my school. My colleagues have created such glorious spaces. I am going to post a series of elements. Today's element is lighting. There are two main types of lighting in today's photos - twinkle lights and lamps. Twinkle lights add a layer of magic and wonder. It is a splash of etheric joy. Lamps cast a warmth and cozy feeling. Lighting at the top of the bookshelves with carefully selected branches in my first grade classroom. Jenni's umbrella…

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I must admit. I am sooooo lucky. I work in a school where my colleagues are striving to bring amazing educational environments. Jennifer Dean, a kindergarten teacher, has created pure magic in her classroom. I just had to share! Let's go take a peek. . . Loose parts in the Math Center -- I love how beautifully Jennifer presented these. Here is a view of the math center and the table with the loose parts. A math activity tray. Weight. Jen did the coolest thing with her light table. You can't…

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“The environment should act as an aquarium which reflects the ideas, ethics, attitudes, and culture of the people who live in it. This is what we are working towards.” Loris Malaguzzi With the new school year fast approaching for many, setting up the classroom environment is one of the first steps in our preparation for the new school year. When we set the space to support and facilitate children’s interests - we set in motion the magic and wonder of the third teacher. Over the next few…

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