Classroom Cleanup Routines and Strategies: Cultivating Responsibility and Collaboration in the Classroom

Maintaining a clean and organized classroom is essential for fostering a holistic teaching environment. Involving students in the cleanup process not only keeps the space tidy but also promotes responsibility, collaboration, and a sense of community. These classroom cleanup routines align perfectly with the Reggio Emilia approach, emphasizing respect and communal living in the classroom.

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The Reggio Atelier: Where Creativity Takes Center Stage

When designing a Reggio Emilia-inspired classroom, one key element stands out—the Reggio Atelier. This dynamic and flexible space is more than just an art studio; it’s a hub of creativity and discovery where children explore their interests, develop critical thinking skills, and express themselves through various mediums. In this post, we’ll dive into what makes

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It’s #Ask a Stupid Question Day: Let’s Get Curious!

Do you ever have questions that you’re too scared to ask? Maybe you think they’re too silly or trivial, or you’re afraid someone might laugh at you? Well, guess what? Today is your day! It’s #Ask a Stupid Question Day, and we’re celebrating all the silly, crazy, and curious questions you can think of. Why

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