Provocations (Reggio) Object Study

For the Children: Inspired by Nature: Still life art with autumn harvest items.this would be great for morning work and then write about it later

Our Still Life Art inspiration : blue plate, clear vase, whole lemons and leaves inside it, half and slices of lemons arranged around leaves on the outside. Paper matted on blue paper, colored pencils.

Still Life Art inspiration : blue plate, clear vase, whole lemons and leaves inside it, half and slices of lemons arranged around leaves on the outside. Paper matted on blue paper, colored pencils.

Ms. Barbara explains the photo: Still Life Art. Art paper matted on black, pencil, colored pencils (black and white) black crayon. *I would probably not limit their color palette. I would like to see the inevitable rainbow elephants!

Barbara explains the photo: Still Life Art. Art paper matted on black, pencil, colored pencils (black and white) black crayon. *I would probably not limit their color palette. I would like to see the inevitable rainbow elephants!

Still life portraits of flowers in a vase

I often set up still life provocations in our art area using flowers, produce, etc. We encourage the children to look closely at the colors,.

Interesting article about the power of learning provocations in the classroom.

Passionately Curious: Learning in a Reggio Inspired Kindergarten Environment: Provocations for Learning

Great display of still life drawings.

This is so great - outdoor art space in a Reggio preschool. We've got a great art garden, but something about this seems little more cozy.

After the children were comparing lions & tigers, a provocation was created to encourage the children to observe the characteristics of a tiger - from Maryam Lumpkin on reggio-inspired (",)

After the children were comparing lions tigers, a provocation was created to encourage the children to observe the characteristics of a tiger - from Maryam Lumpkin on reggio-inspired (",)

Mairtown Kindergarten: The science behind the drawings

Several weeks ago Sarah brought in some gorgeous sunflowers from her garden to share with the children at kindergarten.

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