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The following is a list of links, books, and studies that you may find helpful in understanding more about our teaching philosophy and ways to support children to thrive.


North American Reggio Emilia Alliance 

NAREA's Frequently Asked Questions

“No way. The hundred is there.”

Poetry by Loris Malaguzzi

Reggio Emilia Italy Early Childhood Schools in the US

CNN News Report: Video

Reggio Children

A post-WWII early childhood teaching philosophy is taking root in the U.S: Video

AP Archive

An Approach for All Children: Reinterpreting the Reggio Emilia Approach in the USA

by Karen Haigh

The Children's Studio: Video

Reggio-inspired school in Bellevue, WA

Fairydust Teaching

Boulder Journey School


Parent Workshop Handout:  

Helping Children with Big Feelings

Coping, Empathy & Self Regulation

Conscious Discipline 


Easy to Love, Difficult to Discipline

by Dr. Becky Bailey

I Love You Rituals

by Dr. Becky Bailey

Conscious Discipline: 

2014 Summary of Research


Three approaches from Europe: Waldorf, Montessori and Reggio Emilia. Early Childhood Research and Practice

by Caroline Pope Edwards

Different Approaches to Teaching: Comparing Three Preschool Programs

By Amy Sussna Klein

The Learning Caravan

Let the Children Play

The Imagination Tree

The Inspired Child

No Time fo Flash Cards


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