Reggio Inspired: Child Art

The final photos from my visit to Rosa Parks Preschool:

 This is a child painted embroidery hoop with a fine netting.  I love the multi-colored yarn that the children used to sew on the netting.
 A wonderful collaborative art piece made with bottle caps.  Love, love.
 These are called “Identity Panels.”  I adore child’s self-portraits.  I like the clothes pins on this fence section.  It makes a great little art gallery.
 You can not tell by this fuzzy photo but the drawings are standing off the wall.  The teacher used pieces of foam core.  It looked so nice.
These were so adorable!  Oh my word.  This teacher’s “Identity Panel” had the self-portraits made out of natural materials.  Amazing!
Thank you Rosa Parks Preschool!  
You are a huge inspiration to us!
Keep doing what you are doing – it is pure magic.

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  1. I recently found your blog and I am really enjoying the reggio emilia posts. Your newest follower, Kara

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have also just found your link through Pinterest. I love the reggio emilia posts. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Tinter otto says:

    Beautiful workout. Inspiring!

  4. Kallie Thomas says:

    What size were the tree cookies that you use?

    • Sally says:

      I can’t remember exactly…I am thinking about 5″ in circumference. The beauty of it all, is that the children will use what you have and it will be glorious!

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