I am a Reggio Emilia inspired Full Day Kindergarten teacher and mother to three young children. This blog is meant as a communication tool for the families of our children and as a learning tool for the many educators who follow us. Please feel free to comment on posts and participate in our collective understanding of emergent curriculum.
What does it look like to draw upside down? We posed this question to our children and decided to find out by taping a huge piece of paper to the bottom of one of our large tables and placing drawing materials underneath.
The children were anxious to check it out! We placed blankets on the floor to help make them more comfortable.
How many can fit under the table? The children were full of giggles as they squeezed together and drew!
They realized it was harder than they thought!
It was a lot more fun too!
What a great way to encourage children to engage in communal drawing together! We are hoping to try this with paint next!