Reggio Emilia philosophy allows children the freedom to learn, at their pace, and their level. Any decoration, art, or example guides the child's mind. These worksheets are simple. They are simple because the child is the educator. The child is being given a blank work space, with limited instruction, and told to create. Giving the child the freedom to ask questions, to create a work of art, to communicate through expression, to never be wrong. This frees their mind to learn. Guiding the child's mind, versus drilling and memorization, teaches the child how to problem solve, and find answers. Use the worksheets to guide your child's creative thought, encourage questions, and show the child how to find the answer. When your child shows interest in one sheet, expand the lesson to all learning areas. The worksheets are a guide, an opportunity to think a different way. I hope you enjoy them.
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