If there’s one name in art education that has really stuck with me on my journey from artist to educator, it’s Bruno Munari. His approach was a game-changer in how kids get to see and experience art. He took a page out of Maria Montessori’s book and the Reggio Emilia approach, making art something you can
In the realm of early childhood education, loose parts play is a dynamic approach rooted in the Reggio Emilia philosophy. It recognizes that children are innate learners who flourish when granted the freedom to explore and create on their own terms. Prepare to embark on a practical and playful adventure where possibilities are as boundless as a child’s
The Reggio Emilia classroom is designed to inspire relationships: we imagine children moving across different areas, interacting with each other, experimenting with different textures and tools, moving materials into different settings to explore new properties and characteristics.