Reggio-Inspired

The Language of Food: Life, Relationships, and the Human Experience

The Language of Food: Life, Relationships, and the Human Experience

Magic happened today ~ over apples. Kindergarten children are insightful. Profound, really. A source for constant pondering about many things: life, relationships, and the human experience. Sitting chopping apples in preparation for making our first-of-the-season Kindergarten batch of apple sauce; amongst apple peelings, cores, and […]

The Language of Food: Connecting Food to Our Image of the Child

The Language of Food: Connecting Food to Our Image of the Child

“The wider the range of possibilities we offer children, the more intense will be their motivations and the richer their experiences.” Loris Malaguzzi This past weekend, I traveled to Guelph, Ontario, Canada with my friend and colleague Michelle van Heugten for the opportunity to attend a […]

The Third Educator ~ Languages of Learning

The Third Educator ~ Languages of Learning

Languages of Learning is a resource created for early years educators around the world. The monograph shares with you the learning journey of two early years educators: Michelle van Heugten and Susan Wright. As in every journey, our work includes our own reflections, interpretations, and […]

Top Ten Reggio-Inspired Educators on Social Media

Top Ten Reggio-Inspired Educators on Social Media

It’s incredible to think of the number of people with whom we cross paths. The world seems to be getting smaller. We’re becoming more connected with one another, and for many of us, social media plays a huge part in our lives. Making a learning […]

Art, Creativity, and Collaboration in Kindergarten

Art, Creativity, and Collaboration in Kindergarten

This masterpiece is one of my favourites. It emerged authentically and early on in the year when children started to explore and share line drawing using chalk outdoors. Along with our guest atelierista, a very large canvas, a jar full of interesting brushes, and a […]