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
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Have you visited reInterpret lately? We’re overflowing with beautiful, colorful materials ready to be turned into creative possibilities. Now that school is back in session, it’s a great time for teachers to visit our studio for useful materials to support art, … Continue reading
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This Saturday reInterpret was invited on a hike with the San Diego Association for the Education of Young Children (SDAEYC). Patti Shields from At Home In Nature Preschool led the group of teachers through a beautiful part of Tecolote Canyon … Continue reading
The Santee Success Program (or SSP) in the Santee School District, created by Annelise Ryan, supports at-risk children at the middle school level. While getting each student “caught up” and ready academically for ninth grade, Annelise focuses on self-sufficiency and … Continue reading
Look what we found in a record store in Bologna. What a unique reuse of scratched vinyl!
This weekend reInterpret hosted an arts booth at the Sherman Heights Latin Music Festival. This vibrant community event was attended by many local neighbors eager for an afternoon of music, art and culture. We welcomed the community into our booth … Continue reading
I recently enjoyed an exclusive tour and luncheon at the home of James and Anne Hubbell. To call the Hubbell’s home unique is an understatement. The property and its structures are a reverence to heaven and nature’s seamless connection. James … Continue reading
What’s behind door 38? Hundreds of materials for use in … Continue reading
Welcome to our new blogsite! Here you will find reflections on current reInterpret projects. We hope that our documentation will help you discover new ways to use repurposed materials in your classroom. Please feel free to share your challenges and … Continue reading