How to set up a Reggio-inspired Activity

How to Set up a Reggio Activity - An Everyday StoryWell I have been busily jotting down my thoughts on how to put together a Reggio-inspired activity that will engage your child and appeal to their interests. You can find the page here: Setting up a Reggio-inspired Activity

It’s the 4th page in my Getting Started: Reggio at Home series. I’ve included a bunch of links to activities too. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful.

4 comments on “How to set up a Reggio-inspired Activity”

  1. Marnie Craycroft (@orangeRcarrots)

    Gorgeous. Thank you…Can you recommend some learning books for me as I venture down this path. I am a Montessori homeschooler but integrated a few other philosophies into our days. Beauty of being a homeschooler! 🙂 ~ Marnie

    • An Everyday Story

      That is the beauty of being a homeschooler, isn’t it? This is Jack’s first official year, he’s started ‘preschool’. Although to be honest, not much has changed 🙂

      There are some great Reggio books but most of them are intended for classroom teachers. Saying that though I would recommend Bringing Reggio Home as a really thorough introduction to Reggio. It is quite wordy with not too many pictures but the information is good. It was the first Reggio book I bought. I have a list of other books on my Reggio Books page under the Getting Started: Reggio at Home page (up the top).

      I’d be really interested to see you’re integrating some Reggio into your days. Do you think you’ll do some posts?

  2. Lisa Walker

    I am interested in integrating many of the Reggio ideas for the days that i babysit my grandchildren. I have added mirrors and a light board, sand table, and multiiple water based activities. We do shaving cream, scented liquids, sensory gel bags, many forms of building activities (blocks, pegs, balancing part games, etc). I was very interested in reading how to set up a Reggio activity and some of your other blogs. Thanks for researching the information and passing it along in an easy user format. Keep blogging, we are still reading. Lisa

    • Kate

      That sounds wonderful Lisa. I can just imagine how much your grandchildren must love coming to visit. Jack and Sarah spend one morning a week with my mum and they truly treasure that time.

      Thank you for your very lovely comment.

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