Italian accent to early years

13th February 2004 at 00:00
An exhibition on the child-centered approach to pre-school learning pioneered in the Italian town of Reggio Emilia is touring the UK this year.The One Hundred Languages of Children includes children's photographs, painting, drawing, collage, video and sculpture, with explanatory scripts and panels. Entry to the exhibition is free. For more information see

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