A workshop for adults and children aged 8 and up (do art with your kids). We all need time to unwind and find space for creating. As our children grow and become independent creators, we can enjoy working side by … Continue reading
We just love the book Loose Parts 2: Inspiring Play with Infants and Toddlers by Lisa Daly and Miriam Beloglovsky with Photography by Jenna Daly. We definitely didn’t want to leave out the photography credit, because the pictures are what … Continue reading
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LOOSE PARTS 2 A workshop supporting learning for infants and toddlers. The beauty of loose parts is that they can be presented in hundreds of different ways in multiple learning environments and resolve many developmental and behavioral challenges. During our … Continue reading
reInterpret’s LOOSE pARTs Workshops inspire creativity! We are proud to offer a unique environment where ideas spring to life with a palette of salvaged metal, plastic, fabric, wood, ceramic and paper in myriad colors and textures. The possibilities are endless, … Continue reading
A TEACHER’S DAY OFF WORKSHOP – Bring a Friend! Take some time for yourself this summer before the school year starts. We welcome teachers and all those wanting to tap into their creativity in a supportive environment thats celebrates self … Continue reading
reInterpret is proud to bring you our latest workshop: CROSSROADS is a three hour workshop for novice and seasoned child development professionals who would like to refine the art of presenting a constructivist classroom supported by open-ended materials. Register now! … Continue reading
WHAT ARE OPEN-ENDED MATERIALS ? Open-ended materials are objects that have no prescribed or predetermined use or function. They are loose parts—the raw materials to build or create something…and then be recombined to make something new. Open-ended materials can be … Continue reading
On March 1st, reInterpret hosted a workshop for early child development teachers. As the workshop progressed, we quickly realized the teachers were well versed in open-ended materials…they basically just needed a little reInspiration! Take a look at how the teachers … Continue reading
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Would you like to learn more about how to use our reusable materials for art and learning? Contact us about hosting a workshop. We can put together an affordable workshop based on your needs. Whether you are a group of … Continue reading
reInterpret has wood in many shapes and sizes -squares, rectangles, sticks, triangles and random polygons. Children love working with wood. It feels real, solid, permanent, sturdy. It lends itself nicely to building and experimenting with different types of structures. -What … Continue reading