We are thrilled to announce our newest online workshops for playful learners—Summer Book Clubs! Our online book clubs offer parents a perfect solution for the summer learning gap. Each week over the month of July or August, you will receive a reading assignment and an engaging video that contains a lesson and fun hands-on project. […]

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Our Playful Learning Spaces online workshop is about to launch and there’s still time for you to join in! Get an early start on setting up inspiring spaces in your home that will keep your child engaged in reading, writing, science, art, and more during the summer months… It’s the little things we do as […]

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Create it and they will come… It’s almost like magic! If you would like to see your children writing for pleasure in their free time, then create an inviting space with engaging materials. Here are our tried and true favorites for creating a captivating writing center. What I love about these items is that they […]

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The Dada art movement existed at the beginning of the 20th century and looked to explore meaning in art.  They were interested in abstract and surreal ideas and challenged the conventional notions of what art means.  So how does this translate to children?   Well, who do you know who likes to challenge ideas?  Who […]

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Once our children and students start to take an interest in writing poetry, we can introduce them to some of the different types of poetry. After exploring the format and syllabic structure of Haiku poem, students may take interest in writing an ancient Korean type of poem called the Sijo poem. Sijo poems also rely […]

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