Learning environments

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Play Based Learning Kindergarten, Play Based Classroom, Eyfs Classroom, Playbased Learning, Preschool Curriculum, Learning Through Play, Preschool Classroom Layout, Learning Spaces, Setting Up A Classroom

In my play based classroom there are 10 essential learning areas. I cannot do without them. The provocations and resources offered in these areas change throughout the year dependent on children's interests and the curriculum intent. The placement of these 10 areas within the classroom is thoughtf

Heather Martin
Inviting materials and clearly defined learning areas Reggio Emilia Classroom, Reggio Inspired Classrooms, Reggio Emilia Inspired, Reggio Classroom, Classroom Organisation, New Classroom, Classroom Setting, Classroom Design, Classroom Displays

We have moved our blog to a new website. To read this blog and more, please visit: https://passionatelycuriouseducators.com/the-learning-environment-what-message-do-we-send-children/ “ There are three teachers of children: adults, other children, and their physical environment.” – Loris Malaguzzi These were the walls that we had when we started in Kindergarten...and we thought they looked great! We carefully put up these bright pieces of broad cloth and busy borders. We thought this was what…

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Learning Invitation Versus Learning Provocation There is a difference between a learning invitation and a learning provocation. Many people use these terms interchangeably which is totally acceptable but if you would like to learn about the theoretical differences, head over to this blog post : Wh

Amanda Hamblin