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Rosa Parks Preschool, a Reggio Inspired school, had so many hanging art pieces. I am sharing a few of these amazing collaborative art pieces.
The strands of assorted beads, ribbons, and other objects that the children created. These were all hung from a tree branch. Beautiful!
The teacher in this classroom told me the best story about this chandelier. On an afternoon walk, the class found this discarded chandelier in a neighbor's trash. The children strung the beads on wire (or pipecleaners) and all of these were attached to the chandelier. Love it!
I have my last installment of Rosa Parks photos tomorrow!
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