Reggio classroom

Transform your classroom into an inspiring Reggio environment that sparks creativity and curiosity. Explore top ideas to create a dynamic and engaging learning space for your students.
Organisation, Montessori, Pre K, Classroom, Preschool Classroom, Classroom Environment, Classroom Inspiration, Classroom Layout, Preschool Curriculum

In my play based classroom there are 10 essential learning areas. I cannot do without them. The provocations and resources offered in these areas change throughout the year dependent on children's interests and the curriculum intent. The placement of these 10 areas within the classroom is thoughtf

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Heather Martin
Sensory Play, Sensory Activities, Home Schooling, Ideas, Pre K, Montessori, Early Childhood, Homeschooling, Childcare Rooms

I love loose parts. and I love lists. It was only a matter of time before I combined everything into a loose parts list! I've been collecting for years and now have a lot of the basics stashed away for play and learning. That being said I am ALWAYS on the lookout for a new treasure to add to my loose parts lists. In case you are like me, I have compiled a loose parts list for all the best finds...and the list will continue to grow as I find more!

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Andrea Dykman
Check out the key Similarities and Differences between Montessori vs Reggio now! You’ve narrowed down your choices to Montessori vs Reggio. Making your final pick is a personal choice, and they are both wonderful methods. Ideas, Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Reading, Montessori Education, Montessori Environment, Early Childhood Education Curriculum, Early Childhood Education Activities, Montessori Classroom

Check out the key Similarities and Differences between Montessori vs Reggio now! You’ve narrowed down your choices to Montessori vs Reggio. Making your final pick is a personal choice, and they are both wonderful methods.

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Reach for Montessori
Reggio Emilia, Pre K, Play, Early Years Classroom, Early Learning Environments, Classroom Environment, Early Years Displays, Sensory Rooms, Childcare Rooms

In our classroom we have a discovery area where children are invited to explore materials that focus specifically on the senses. We enjoy including resources that support exploration of light and colour (e.g., light table, sensory jars). Many loose parts are also in this area (e.g., stones, shells). The materials are stored on a small wooden shelf so they are easily accessible for children. The shelf floats in the middle of the room as an anchor for the space. The back was covered in blue…

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Alex Gales