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Should I bother to take my preschooler on vacation? She won't remember it.

My family of five took a two day mini-vacation last week. We ventured to the “Crayola Factory”, where one can enjoy an experience all about those famous crayons that work like no others. 792 more words

Child Development

Classroom Resource: Storypark

https://www.storypark.com

This came up tonight as a suggestion on my Facebook page! Very cool! I love the idea of eportfolios for early childhood – quick and easy to keep track of photos, observations and learning stories, and the virtual aspect can help increase engagement from families. 9 more words

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Getting ready for reading: Play and ICTs

Mrsmckinty has posted an interesting article and worth a read especially if you are an Early childhood student.  I was particularly intrigued about the author’s views on the child needing to reach sensory-motor integration benchmarks before being ready to read. 196 more words

The magic of the sand timer

The magic of a sand timer. Something so simple and yet so capable of engaging and serving as a meaningful support for children. Here are just a few ideas. 387 more words

Ten Signs Of A Great Kindergarten Classroom!

Kindergarten is certainly the best time for a child to expand his or her love of learning, general knowledge, his capability to get along with others and curiosity in learning different things. 390 more words

Early Childhood

Parent-Child Music Group (6months - 4 years)


I’m so excited! My early childhood group “Sing, Play, Move & Groove” will be offered through the Shawnee Parks & Recreation in September. The age group is 6 months to 4 years old. 31 more words

Music

After-School Program – Much Needed For The Overall Growth Of Your Children!

Adolescent develop in a community that demands proficiency in everything. You can’t just sit back and expect that learning from schoolbooks is sufficient for the overall growth of your children. 381 more words

Early Childhood