How many languages does your child speak?
Just one? Maybe two?
Educators in Reggio Emilia, Italy, believe that they have one hundred.
Not spoken languages, of course, but ways of expressing themselves.
Dance, art and music, sculpture, construction and song. Your child can speak in many ways.
It’s tempting to measure our children’s capabilities by what they can produce on paper, but do we miss if we do this?
What materials could you offer, what projects and experiences could you begin, what could you learn about your own child’s boundless potential if you stepped away from the lined paper and the pencil?