This Week: Journal of a Reggio Inspired Homeschool

Australian Reggio Homeschool Blog - An Everyday Story

Our life is full of little moments; snapshots which make up our days


On Sundays I post a photo journal of our week. I share photos of our Reggio inspired homeschool, little moments in our lives, our kitchen garden and my simple joys.

Click on each of the photos below


2014 was…

Light Rope and Magnatiles - An Everyday StorySpielgaben - Homeschool Planning Process - An Everyday StoryKarate Grading - An Everyday StoryMagformers on the Light Panel - An Everyday StoryWatercolour Observational Painting - An Everyday StoryDrawing on the Light Panel - An Everyday StoryAn Everyday StoryJack watercolours 290314Homeschool Kindergarten mathSwimming - An Everyday StoryCreating words on a Geoboard - An Everyday Story.jpgTinkering - An Everyday StoryAn Everyday Story


2013 was…

magnatiles and led candles - An Everyday Storychalk drawings - An Everyday StoryFarms - An Everyday Storywindow blocks outside - An Everyday StoryWorld landmarks - An Everyday StorySarah's playDIY Geoboard - An Everyday StorySarah paintingAn Everyday Story - making patterns with JegroProject 52 This Week: Reggio inspired livingProject 52 - snippets of our Reggio-inspired preschool homeschoolThis Week... A photo series on An Everyday StoryUsing watercolour pencils - a blue wren - An Everyday Storynative bird study - An Everyday Storynumbers and counters - An Everyday StoryObservational drawings - African animals - An Everyday StoryProject 52 An Everyday Story - making a fireplacewatercolours and oil pastel art - Reggio - An Everyday StoryBuilding with blocks - An Everyday Storyblocks - An Everyday Storyblocks - An Everyday StoryMaking imprints in playdough using natural materials from An Everyday Storynature discovery tray - An Everyday Storyusing natural materials in the block corner - An Everyday StoryOpen-ended art - paint and collage - An Everyday StoryReggio activities - colour mixing provocation - An Everyday StoryObservational art - drawing dragonflies - An Everyday StoryProject 52 This Week 16/52Playing with tree blocks - An Everyday Storystacking cups on the light panel


2012 was…

paint on the trampolinespices nature table {An Everyday Story}art journals for toddlers {An Everyday Story}#7 Montessori practical life peg practice activity {An Everyday Story}Reggio activities (1) colour swatches and flowers {An Everyday Story}Writing numbers in coloured saltReggio Emilia activities - clay and mirrors {An Everyday Story}Authentic open ended art with preschoolers {An Everyday Story}Reggio Emilia activities for preschoolers - Project-based Learning insects {An Everyday Story}Reggio activities exploring natural materials {An Everyday Story}


A snapshot of our week, our everyday story.

Child-led Homeschooling: Reggio Inspired Living & Learning


8 Replies to “This Week: Journal of a Reggio Inspired Homeschool”

  1. I have just spent hours (which I don’t have!) reading through your blog and being so inspired! Can my kids live with you?!!! I am looking forward to your future posts and future inspirations. Thank you

    1. Thank you so much Kristy 🙂 Of course they can come visit 🙂 So nice to meet you and I hope you pop back again soon.

  2. Hi Kate – the paint swatches that you have…do you literally just go to a paint shop and they have these for you to choose and take home? Thanks! Lesley

    1. haha yep. Just head down to Bunnings (or Masters – they have the nice big ones with just one colour) and pick up the ones I want.

  3. Love your blog! Thank you so much for taking the time to share your wonderfully inspiring activities. Where did you buy your wooden trays? I’m in the US and having a hard time finding them. Thank you!

  4. Hi Kate, thank you for creating such an inspiring web site. I can’t wait to do all the fun stuff with my little monkeys. You have plenty there to keep us busy for a good while.

  5. Hello, Kate! I’m looking forward to perusing your environment. My classroom is also Reggio Inspired, but it is beginning to feel a bit crowded and not so lovely. I’m excited to see how you manage your supplies, arrange your provocation tables, etc.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.