What does a Curiosity Approach setting look like in the Autumn?
Why beauty is needed in Early Years, why we need to create spaces and places filled with love care and attention.
It’s the the effort, little touches, those powerful rich play spaces that touch the heart and soul of adult and child.
At The Curiosity Approach we take ingredients from Waldorf education, Reggio, Montessori and Te Whariki, the curriculum of New Zealand.
"Steiner’s idea of play is similar to Froebel. Steiner points out when children playing, the environment and educators nourish their spiritual" (Nicol, 2007).
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