C u rr ic u lum /A c t iv it ie s - R eg g io - In sp ir ed Be Inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach RAPUNZEL’S SUPERMARKET, SECOND EDITION All About Young Children and Their Art Ursula Kolbe 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. #405101-Q $39.95 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. #328701-Q $29.95 WORKING IN THE REGGIO WAY A Beginner’s Guide for American Teachers Julianne P. Wurm Based on a teacher’s fi rsthand experience observing and working in the schools of Reggio Emilia, Italy, this best-selling introductory guide emphasizes bringing your program into alignment with your values—the hallmark of Reggio practice. Interactive activities for individual or group refl ection are included. Softbound, 224 pgs. #411401-Q $21.95 THE DIARY OF LAURA Perspectives on a Reggio Emilia Diary Carolyn Edwards & Carlina Rinaldi, editors Follow the journey of one child’s fi rst 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 fi rst time the diary is available in English. Hardcover, 120 pgs. #418601-Q $24.95 ONLINE wwww.RedleafPress.orgPHONE8AM - 5PM CST Monday - FridaySSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS TOLL-FREE: 800-423-8309 OUTSIDE THE U.S.: 651-641-0508444444444 EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS TO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDER 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. #418501-Q $124.95 child care experience. Originally published in 1983, this is the fi rst time the diary PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS 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 fi ngerpaint, clay, found objects, and pen and ink. Softbound, 160 pgs. #416801-Q $29.95 Ann Pelo, MA TAKE TIME TO SEE THROUGH CHILDREN’S EYES Harvest Resources 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. #320211-Q $39.95 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. #320001-Q $64.95 CD- ROMCD - ROM CD- ROMCD - ROM RAPUNZEL’S SUPERMARKET, SECOND EDITION All About Young Children and Their Art Ursula Kolbe 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. “Good design paired with eloquent, practical authors makes Redleaf Press a publisher that I look for. I fi nd myself wanting to buy certain Redleaf books for friends who have yet to integrate Reggio.... Redleaf books are approachable, friendly, and inspiring.” —Catie Dalton, Teacher and Researcher, Portland, OR C u rr ic u lum /A c t iv it ie s - R eg g io - In sp ir ed C u rr ic u lum /A c t iv it ie s - R eg g io - In sp ir ed C u rr ic u lum /A c t iv it ie s - R eg g io - In sp ir ed C u rr ic u lum /A c t iv it ie s - R eg g io - In sp ir ed C u rr ic u lum /A c t iv it ie s - R eg g io - In sp ir ed C u rr ic u lum /A c t iv it ie s - R eg g io - In sp ir ed C u rr ic u lum /A c t iv it ie s - R eg g io - In sp ir ed 52 PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS