Oh my word! I am so excited! I took a tour of a local Reggio inspired preschool, Rosa Parks. I was blown away with the beauty in this school.
I am so grateful for the generosity and kindness of the teachers to allow photos and permission to post them on this blog. Thank you Rosa Parks!
I documented so many wonderful things to share with you. I am going to share them by groups over the next 7 days:
- the alphabet
- hanging art
You are in for a real treat.
Little drawers of letters in the writing area.
Cut pieces of wood with letters. The teacher told me she put sticker letters on the wood and painted the wood. After the wood dried, she removed the sticker.
The letters of the alphabet created using found objects and materials on a painted surface.
You could use canvas boards, foam core or heavy paper.
A close of view.
Each child has the first letter of their name in a wood cut. On their birthday – they get to decorate their initial. So cool!
A writing tray with colored sand and a paint brush.
A brilliant sign-in sheet! The first letter of the child’s name. Love this for preschoolers!
Another teacher created an alphabet frieze with twig letters the class made. Beautiful!
A framed piece of metal sheeting for letter magnets and popsicle sticks with magnets for children to create letters!
See you tomorrow with Reggio Inspired: Color