1. / 2. / 3. / 4. / 5. / 6. / 7. / 8. / 9.  A profound insight that I’ve gained from spending time (both professionally and personally) in the company of children, is the powerful connection between diet and behavior. Over the years I have seen consistent patterns between the food children […]

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What could be better than good literature, math explorations, and a dose of poetry? Good children’s literature naturally engages students and often initiates meaningful, rich discussions. Literature draws us in and keeps us together around a central theme, but also lets us enter based on our personal experiences and interests. Often, we can touch most, if […]

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One of the most powerful lessons that we can teach our children is that they have the power to control their thoughts. Cognitive science has confirmed that positive thinking is a learned trait and that the more children practice this skill the stronger their neural connections become. Yes, sometimes life sends us challenging situations, but […]

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When we slow down and and take the time to focus on simply noticing, the natural world comes alive with inspiration. The Colors Of Nature activity encourages us to slow down with the children in our lives and take in all of beautiful color variations and subtle nuances that nature has to offer. Simply print […]

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We’re so excited about beginning the Starting a Writer’s Notebook online workshop, which marks the beginning of Camp Playful Learning next week! It’s a great opportunity to nurture your child’s writing life during the summer months. Often as parents we forget to see the forest for the trees when it comes to our children’s writing. It’s […]

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