Read along as we explore Kodo's Wind Tunnel. Customer submitted their ideas, and we connect the learning to the standards.
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At Kodo, everything starts with "WHY?" If there's not a good "WHY", then we don't do it. Period. Chris Hume, Founder of Kodo and Inventor of the Light Lab, tells us the WHY behind the Light Laboratory...
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Throughout the summer, water play has a big role in the Outdoor Studio. One of the ways I’ve found to defeat the heat and help children stay happy while outdoors is to use water in many, many ways.
Part III of our III blog series from Elinor Rifkin: This past week I’ve really enjoyed observing the children and their learning adventure with open-ended materials. I’ve noted the following....
Part II of our III blog series from Elinor Rifkin: The oldest children in our school, who are five, love to create and test complex obstacle courses on the lawn area.
I arrived at school, thinking of the flow of the day. I went to the resource room and stared at the shelves full of loose parts and art materials. My mind filled with questions: “ What material should we manipulate today?......
Spiritual moments sometimes happen by chance, but more often, they need to be created. Read our insightful guest blog from Deborah Schein, early childhood educator, author and professor.
At Preschool of the Arts, a Reggio Emilia-inspired early childhood program in Madison, Wisconsin, we often speak of the environment as “a third teacher.” We know that parents or guardians are the child’s first teacher and that early childhood educators are often the next teaching adults to make an impact on a young child’s life.