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Clay is one of the most inviting, adaptable and expressive sensory/art materials; one of the “Hundred Languages” of children that Reggio educators talk about.
In this hands-on workshop, we will explore the properties of earth clay, practice some art techniques with clay, learn ways to manage and recycle clay, and share ideas about the variety of ways educators use clay with children.
Facilitators: Kim Lane, Visual Arts Specialist at The Blake School
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Reggio Inspired Network of Minnesota Table and Book Sale.
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The school environment and the systems that support programming influence the interactions and relationships that form between colleagues, parents, children, and community members. Join the educators of WECC as we explore the intention behind spaces and methods and share ideas of how to apply value-driven collaborative systems within an early learning program.
Facilitator: Kellee Nelson, Director, Westwood Early Childhood Center
Westwood Early Childhood Center
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Join us to celebrate the work of the documentation lab participants and learn more about the Reggio-Inspired Network of Minnesota.
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