A Different Perspective to KAPLA Blocks By Matt Emmons As teachers, when setting up our classrooms, we try to always be as intentional as we can; to have a plan. If someone were to come into our classes and ask why something is out or why it is set up in a certain way, teachers [...]
By Lilly Green
“When we invite children to create self-portraits, we offer them mirrors and encourage long, sustained study of their faces from [an] unfamiliar perspective. Then we ask them to re-create themselves on paper, weaving together the image that they see in the mirror with the person they experience themselves to be. Their portraits are eloquent statements of self.” ~Ann Pelo
by Michelle Ramirez
"In our work with these materials, we strive to honor the ways in which children live in their bodies, growing relationships with materials through their physical encounters with them."