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Museum Notes: The Children of Reggio Welcome You

Museum Notes: The Children of Reggio Welcome You

Have you ever wondered about the Reggio Approach to learning and how it works in the art studio? This is a great resource.

Life in a Reggio Inspired Art Studio

Have you ever wondered about the Reggio Approach to learning and how it works in the art studio? This is a great resource.

"In 1972, architect Simon Nicholson developed the Theory of Loose Parts; the idea that loose parts, materials which can be moved around, designed and redesigned, and tinkered with; create infinitely more opportunities for creative engagement than static materials and environments." We explore loose parts with arrangements, playdough, in work areas (blocks) and the list goes on. Here are some samples of things you can do with loose parts in your classroom." From Reggio Inspired Children

"In 1972, architect Simon Nicholson developed the Theory of Loose Parts; the idea that loose parts, materials which can be moved around, designed and redesigned, and tinkered with; create infinitely more opportunities for creative engagement than static materials and environments." We explore loose parts with arrangements, playdough, in work areas (blocks) and the list goes on. Here are some samples of things you can do with loose parts in your classroom." From Reggio Inspired Children

Festival of Fire & Ice | Ithaca Children's Garden

Festival of Fire & Ice | Ithaca Children's Garden

colorful collages on black felt- at Garden Gate Child Development Center

colorful collages on black felt- at Garden Gate Child Development Center

let the children play: theory of loose parts. Has some suggestions and a good list to work off of.

let the children play: theory of loose parts. Has some suggestions and a good list to work off of.

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