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TNCS Primary Classes Jazz It Up!

Of the myriad things that The New Century School does very well, two of them are undoubtedly emphasizing the Arts and providing abundant opportunities for family involvement in the child’s schoolday. 950 more words

The New Century School


To engage in a little friendly competition, the Daring Dinosaurs split up into five teams and had a contest to see who could build the sturdiest building out of wooden blocks, magnatiles, cardboard blocks, and light table blocks. 90 more words

Spring peepers and the war on Pre-K for All

In the past week I have seen many more attacks directed against Pre-K for All than I have in some time. This signals the start of the state budget season as surely as drumming woodpeckers and noisy peepers signal the arrival of spring. 735 more words

Early Childhood

In the Blink of an Eye

I remember the moment when I first looked into the eyes of of my first baby. His eyes black as night peered at me from under the blanket draped over us, Barely wiped down from the messy miracle of birth, he was placed against my bare chest. 997 more words


Letting the Child Lead the Way

You might be familiar with the idea that children learn best when they are following their interests.  But you might not know that by “following the child”, you’re also helping them develop… 315 more words


"Then I'll huff, and I'll puff...."

The Daring Dinosaurs created amazing replicas of the straw, stick, and brick houses from The Three Little Pigs. Each child had the opportunity to share his/her project to the class. 23 more words

Mathematical Thinking: Play and Learning

Mathematical Thinking: The Pattern of all Patterns

Tomorrow I present at the British Council here in Dakar, Senegal.  The subject is the creative ways of approaching mathematics in the classroom.  904 more words

Early Childhood Education And Care