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REGGIO Shop Online at www.RedleafPress.org Inspire children’s play with loose parts S H E D BY ED PR ESS LI R Loose Parts #542744 $29.95 PUB Loose parts are natural or synthetic, found, bought, or upcycled materials— acorns, hardware, stones, aluminum foil, or fabric scraps, for example—that children can move, manipulate, control, and change within their play. Loose parts are alluring and beautiful. They capture children’s curiosity, give free reign to their imagination, and encourage creativity. With more than 550 color photographs of loose parts in real early childhood settings, classroom stories, and a dynamic overview, this book provides inspiration and information about the ways loose parts support open-ended learning, enhance play, and empower children. With loose parts, the possibilities are endless. Age focus: 3–8. Softbound, 232 pgs. LEAF (E-book #542751 $29.95) S H E D BY ED PR ESS LI R Loose Parts 2 #544649 $29.95 PUB NEW! Inspire play in infants and toddlers LEAF This follow-up to the wildly popular Loose Parts: Inspiring Play in Young Children brings the fun of found objects to infants and toddlers. A variety of new and innovative loose parts ideas are paired with beautiful photography to inspire safe loose parts play in your infant and toddler environments. Learn about the safety considerations for each age group and how to appropriately select materials for the children in your care. Captivating classroom stories and proven science provide the context for how this style of play supports even very young children’s development and learning. Because the possibilities are endless, each child can use materials appropriate for his or her developmental level and safely explore through open-ended play. Age focus: 0–3. Softbound, 272 pgs. (E-book #544656 $29.95) Available June 2016. CD- ROM S H E D BY ESS To See Takes Time #320001 $64.95 LI ED PR Watch as teachers take children’s interests and guide them through in-depth project work. Age focus: 3–5. DVD, 28 min. Closed-Captioned. R Incorporate inquiry-based practices into your early childhood classroom or family child care home. Explore a variety of art media, including ﬁngerpaint, clay, found objects, and pen and ink. Inspired by an approach to teaching and learning born in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Even if you use a space not designed speciﬁcally for art instruction or even for an early childhood program, The Language of Art shows how you can simply “start The Language of Art where you are.” Age focus: 3–6. #416801 $29.95 Softbound, 160 pgs. PUB Inquiry-based studio practices Develop curriculum from children’s theories LEAF 71