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How To Talk To Students About Natural Disasters

Even if you think your students are sheltered from the news and media, they still manage to piece together enough information to be scared.

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Using Building Blocks to Create a High-Quality Early Education Program

What makes a preschool program high quality? The research points to 10 areas that produce programs with the most positive results. Here are a few that can be incorporated into your classroom now.

Posted in ELL/ESL, Literacy & Language, Music & Movement, Parent Involvement, Physical Education, Professional Development, Social & Emotional Behavior, What's New

Week of the Young Child

Are you preparing for the Week of the Young Child? April 10th -16th is an exciting week in Early Childhood Education. It is NAEYC’s (National Association for the Education of Young Children) Week of the Young Child. Every year, NAEYC dedicates a week to honor early learning, young children, their teachers and their families. The theme for the 2016 Week of the Young Child is Celebrating Our Youngest Learners!

Posted in Literacy & Language, Music & Movement, Professional Development, What's New

Highly Successful Strategies to Guide Young Children’s Behavior

Hello Everyone , I hope the new year is going well for you and your students. If you’ve ever encountered inappropriate behavior (and who hasn’t), you’ll be interested in my newest project.  I have authored and developed a training DVD

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