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Rapunzel’s supeRmaRket, second edition
All About Young Children and Their Art
Look at everyday things such as textures, patterns, marks, and lines, in
new ways. This colorfully illustrated book explains types of image-making,
bookmaking, clay work, and construction, and how to help children
explore, communicate, and represent their ideas. Softbound, 136 pgs.
We aRe all exploReRs
Learning and Teaching with Reggio Principles in Urban Settings
Daniel R. Scheinfeld, Karen M. Haigh & Sandra P. Scheinfeld
Bring the principles and practices of the Reggio Emilia approach to
your program using a description and analysis of an entire early child
development program in inner-city Chicago as inspiration. A powerful
combination of theory and practice, this comprehensive model provides
information on the application, meaning, and value of Reggio Emilia
principles in preschool classrooms. Softbound, 208 pgs.
the diaRy of lauRa
Perspectives on a Reggio Emilia Diary
Carolyn Edwards & Carlina Rinaldi, editors
Follow the journey of one child’s first months in
an infant-toddler program in Reggio Emilia, Italy.
Photographs and affectionately written notes detail
11-month old Laura’s growth, discoveries, and
milestones at the center, offering a unique perspective of
her early child care experience. Originally published in
1983, this is the first time the diary is available in
English. Hardcover, 120 pgs.
the language of aRt set
Save almost $10 when you buy one copy each of The Language of
Art, Take Time to See Through Children’s Eyes, and To See Takes Time.
the language of aRt
Inquiry-Based Studio Practices
in Early Childhood Settings
Ann Pelo, MA
Inspired by an approach to
teaching and learning born in
Reggio Emilia, Italy, The Language
of Art describes explorations in
a variety of art media, including
fingerpaint, clay, found objects,
and pen and ink. Age focus: 3–6.
Softbound, 160 pgs.
take time to see thRough childRen’s eyes
Journey with a group of preschool
children as they explore the life of a leaf.
A companion to The Language of Art
and To See Takes Time, this CD focuses
on the children’s perspectives—a long-
term investigation through discussions
and debates, graphic and sculptural
representations, and relationships with each
other and their families. CD-ROM.
to see takes time
Growing Curriculum from Children’s Theories
Margie Carter, Harvest Resources
Learn with full-day child care teachers as they take children’s
interests and guide them through in-depth project work.
DVD, 28 min. Closed-Captioned.
Visions of cReatiVity in
Connecting Theory, Practice, and Reflection
Develop a curriculum that supports children’s
creativity as they explore, discover, and
experience their world. Filled with full-
color photographs and classroom stories and
reflections, this resource brings together a
variety of theories and influences—including
Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple
intelligences, Reggio Emilia, and emergent
curriculum—and practical applications to
inspire meaningful learning. Each chapter
explores a dimension of early learning—
visual and aesthetic, musical and rhythmic,
kinesthetic, mathematical and logical, naturalist,
linguistic, interpersonal, and intrapersonal. Age
focus: 3–5. Softbound, 264 pgs.
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