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The Value of Mud Play

Published on September 25, 2019 under Winter
So before I go into the academic/social advantages of allowing your children to play in the mud- let's just talk about joy. JOY !! Look at the JOY on their faces. ❤️. From a community…
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Rainy Day Fun

Published on September 24, 2019 under Winter
I wish I had enough rain suits and boots for everyone to go on adventures in the rain. Wouldn't that make for some amazing memories! Until then we will hang out inside. These are the…
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Beauty in Nature

Published on September 23, 2019 under Winter
Natural beauty can be seen everywhere. White fluffy clouds float above the playground, a spiders web flutters in a gentle wind and flowers shoot up in a nearby garden. Today the natural beauty we found…
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Mark – it Tips

Published on September 20, 2019 under Winter
The motor skill required for writing begin when your baby first grasped a rattle.It takes a lot of practice for fine motor control to develop. By the time your child was two , holding a…
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Wonderful ,Wet Water

Published on September 19, 2019 under Winter
Today is dress/talk like a pirate day. Many of our friends showed up in pirate attire. Some of the children used a blue tarp in the yard as water and built a pirate ship on…
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Sensational Sand

Published on September 18, 2019 under Winter
You've probably noticed - in our yard or at the playground – how much your child likes to dig in the sand. Sand is great fun, but it's also wonderful material for learning. Children learn…
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Large Motor Development

Published on September 17, 2019 under Winter
Running, jumping, climbing, skipping, hopping, throwing, and balancing come naturally to young children. Kids need plenty of opportunities to practice. These large motor activities are an important part of your child's day here. With daily…
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Published on September 16, 2019 under Winter
There are three types of consequences: natural, logical, and problem-solving: Natural consequences require no adult planning or control. Natural consequences tend to be the most powerful motivator for children to learn a new skill. An…
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Everybody Needs a Rock

Published on September 13, 2019 under Winter
I have had reading the book "Everybody Needs a Rock " on our lesson plans for a few days. It just never seemed to work out. Today it did! Everybody needs a rock is a…
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The Power of Play

Published on September 12, 2019 under Winter
Have you ever heard someone remark about an early childhood program – even ours perhaps – "all the children do there is play"? At a good early childhood programs there is a lot of play…
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