Wednesday, July 6, 2011

reggio-inspired learning environments part 3

 Another day, another batch of Reggio inspired preschools to ogle.

Welcome to Part 3 in our series of Reggio inspired preschool learning environments.  If you missed Parts 1 and 2 you can find them here and here.

 I need to find some driftwood logs!  What a wonderful addition to the construction area:
InnovativECE

Doesn't this light studio look inviting::

Reggio Inspired
 You all know I'm a sucker for an outdoor play kitchen:

Reggio Inspired

Now here is a nifty way of creating an animal habitat using natural materials to inspire imaginative and creative play.  I think the bamboo border looks like garden bed edging - a visit to the nursery might be in order:

Reggio Inspired
 I love the care and attention to displaying materials and artwork:

South Western College

 Now here is an amazing idea - the children caught butterflies with large containers and then created this butterfly habitat by hanging a mosquito net from the ceiling and placing flowering plants and water inside:

innovativECE

Be still my heart!   More natural loose materials for play than you could poke a stick at:


Reflections from Reggio Emilia
Sigh:


Reflections from Reggio Emilia

A beautiful outdoor music frame made from natural materials:

Reflections from Reggio Emilia
I hope you've enjoyed looking at these images from Reggio inspired preschools.  I have to say I'm happy to have finally shared them with you - I can clear out another file of saved images on my computer !

1 comment:

  1. Hi!
    I love this post. I featured your blog, and one of the photographs in my blog post.
    Here is the link.
    http://www.allthatart.net/1/post/2012/08/why-reggio-emilia.html

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