Temporary Art: Creating with Loose Parts

| Reggio-inspired activities for toddlers and preschoolersIt’s nice to just sit and move things around, isn’t it? Play with loose parts, making different patterns; it’s very calming, hypnotic even.

| Reggio-inspired activities for toddlers and preschoolersSometimes it’s nice to put out some beautiful materials, along with a little subtle hint towards creating patterns.

| Reggio-inspired activities for toddlers and preschoolersAnd then drawn in by the beautiful materials, the rhythmic motion of placing one piece next to the other, again and again, sitting; peaceful.

| Reggio-inspired activities for toddlers and preschoolersAnd when the moment has passed, when your creativity tells you the design is complete, to take one last look at it before it is gone.

Ready to start all over again.

5 Replies to “Temporary Art: Creating with Loose Parts”

  1. Such a beautiful set-up! I really want to get some mirrors for my girls to explore. Where did you find them?

    1. Thanks Sara. I bought these ones from a plant nursery and the smaller ones are mosaic craft tiles.

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