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Reggio emilia art

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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…

Art and Soul is an art focused preschool drawing inspiration from The Reggio Emilia Approach, Emergent Curriculum, and striving towards nurturing a child's love of life and learning.

Our Color Mixing Project continues to excite us at Art and Soul Preschool. As it is that time of year when green becomes more than a color; it becomes an emotion, a season, a holiday, and a memory to hold onto, it was only fitting that we chose it as our color this week to focus in on. During Color Mixing Lab, the children were given blue and yellow colored water and were invited to make as many different colors of green that they felt they could. The magic of watching two colors mix into a…

Co-Construction of an Alphabet – A Journey Into Inquiry Based Early Learning

All over social media, I have observed absolutely stunning alphabets, created by and with children. I am always so impressed with the beauty, passion and detail that goes into these creations. This…

The Art Pantry: Tissue Paper Suncatchers and Emergent Curriculum

To celebrate spring and the sunny days ahead, we have been working on "stained glass" tissue collages. Each child was given a canvas of waxed paper, a brush, and a cup of watered-down glue (tinted with color so the kids could see it better). Spread out on the table was a variety of tissue paper. I encouraged the children to first paint the paper, then stick the tissue onto the glue- this helps the tissue stay down rather than getting stuck to their fingers. Rogan experiments with putting the…