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Active, Engaged Learning: Why It’s Important

Hands-on learning allows children to examine and discover what is happening directly. This type of learning is especially advantageous for kinesthetic learners who learn best by example. Sometimes it is rather difficult to understand something…

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What is SEL?

What is SEL? We all want our children to excel in school. Many families come to us because they are unsure what children should know to be ‘kindergarten ready.’ I can give you a list…

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Why Reading with Preschoolers is so Important!

When I was a little girl, I loved visiting the library. My mom would take me after school and we would spend an hour reading together and picking out books for me to take home…

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How Do We Build Successful Kids?

When we think of traditional education, we think of the three R’s: reading, writing and arithmetic. With this approach, the goal of preschool is to hammer home letter recognition, pencil mechanics, and counting to get…

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Coping with Challenging Behavior during Challenging Times

Angela teaches three-year-olds in a program affiliated with a local hospital. Her class normally has ten children in it, but currently several children are staying home with their families. Lately, there have only been four…

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Supporting Sensory Development

Our world has changed dramatically in the past several months. Scheduled activities outside the home are no longer driving our days. The sudden lack of social engagements and predictable routines has left many of us…

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