A Reggio Inspired Classroom

I recently had the pleasure of meeting a wonderful Reggio inspired teacher, Mrs. Foshee.  Her room was fab!  Here is a sneak peek:

 Here is her number line.  Love, love it!
 The number is constructed out of tacks and yarn.
 Love the nature items.
 The letters were created from twine.
 Isn’t this a grand calendar?!  Love it.
 Painted leaves displayed in wooden frames.
 These would be easy to pick up at thrift stores and garage sales.
 A wonderful tray of nature finds.
Good stuff!

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Comments

  1. Liz Mccaw says:

    Lovely! I wonder where you find those awesome trays. Liz 🙂

    • Lisa says:

      We got ours from Costco. They expand and change sizes to the size we want for the loose parts. It was an organization set for drawers.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I can’t wait to see more! Thanks for sharing.

    Mariah

  3. carrie says:

    Another great inspiration! Thank you!

  4. Hi Sally

    I love the idea of this number line. Were the tacks hammered into wood? I’d loce to do some thing similar

  5. Amy says:

    What is the age range in this classroom?

    • Sally says:

      It is a four year old classroom. 🙂

  6. Belinda says:

    Did the children construct the numbers with the twine? I looking for ideas to construct a Reggio number line as well.

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