The Outdoor Classroom Provocations & Beautiful Materials Take a moment and picture this … Jake and Ian rush down the sidewalk racing yellow trucks. Elise relaxingly swings in the shady hammock. Emyrsen and Cassie talk beneath a tree, begin to laugh, and r
This pin of an outdoor setting in the rain, reflects the idea that children are capable and competent beings that should explore the natural world and take risks. This is an important principle underpinning the Reggio Emilia Approach.
The weather is starting to get warm and it is perfect time to stay outdoors, especially for your little rascals. As an omnipotent parent, you should do something that will allow them love outdoor time. Making a fun kid’s play area in your own backyard is
How to make a sandpit: Sandpits have always been a favourite with kids. But when the design also includes a gravel pit, a river of grass and raised walkways, you’ll have to drag them away from the fun. THIS WILL BE THE NEXT SAND PIT FOR THE KIDS!