‘an acknowledgement that as life in itself is unpredictable, so must education be’ – Malaguzzi


Reggio at Home: Getting Started

An Everyday Story - Reggio and Montessori inspired living and learningAn Everyday Story - Reggio and Montessori inspired living and learning

13 Replies to “Reggio”

  1. love what you’ve written here! i shared it on my facebook page. 🙂

    1. Thanks Lori. There’s still lots I want to add as we learn more. It is a nice little journey that we are on, isn’t it? 😀

  2. it is, and i hope you enjoy every minute of it! 🙂

  3. Thank you for all the great information you are sharing on here. Can you suggest any books (or websites) for me to learn more about the Reggio approach? I’ve tried seaching our library catalogue, but haven’t come up with anything.

    1. All of the books I’ve come across are all curriculum books for teachers. They are a bit wordy and use a lot of tech speak but the information is still really inspiring. Learning Together with Young Children by Deb Curtis & Margie Carter is a curriculum book for preschool teachers but the information is very adaptable to home and the examples are very inspiring. I have ordered a couple more books which should be here soon that are supposed to be targeted more at general readers. I’ll let you know what I think when I get them.

      I’m also trying to find other Reggio-inspired blogs by parent bloggers. Project-based Homeschooling is a wonderful site. Project-based learning is one of the core principles of Reggio so even if you don’t intend on homeschooling or your children are a little younger like mine, there is still a lot of really great information over there.

  4. Thanks again for the reply. I love your blog! Lots of great inspiration. And it’s wonderful that you’re here in Australia, (as so many parenting blogs I enjoy are coming from America, so the seasonal activities and resources are not always relevant to us).

  5. Working your way help the development of the child in a very healthy way.Thanks a lot for guiding us through your sites.

  6. I love your blog. It has invited me to see (again) the value if following my childs lead and looking into other ways to approach their “education”. Your site also was the first place to provide me with a graspable explanation of the reggio approach. I did a little research and found a formal school that embraces both montessori and reggio. Have a look. I was totally inspired. The st.paul/ minneapolis region of the usa is very progressive with their education.

  7. joanne Haynes says: Reply
    This is a page dedicated to classroom leanring but i am confident you will make connections

  8. Hi Lori, Just wanted to say hi and make a connection as we have just started to document our Reggio Emilia inspired life as well. Looking forward to having a look through your lovely site.

    1. Sorry, I meant Kate! I just confused myself reading the comments above 🙂

  9. Great post. I will be gojng throgh some of these issues as well..

  10. As a parent of a world schooler, I follow your blog with keen interest and inculcate ideas with my 2 year old.

    I would like to say a big thank you for making your journey accessible to fellow parents. I also follow your blog to take inspiration for my parent-child workshops. I often give you credit on my FB page.

    Thank you so much!

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