Bringing nature inside does not and hopefully is not a daunting task. Children are naturally curious about nature and how things work.
Risky play is not reckless. I realize the dangers that could happen during risky play. Risky play is beneficial for children’s development and play that they do naturally.
Our kindness matters. Children’s kindness matters. Let’s raise a generation (or more) of kindhearted people.
To me, success in early childhood promotes development, independence, and problem solving skills. With these three goals in mind I have come up with 5 generalized ideas that help set children up for success.
In case you are new or just need a quick way to search through posts instead of using the archives, this post roundup is here to help! This is my first post round up, focusing on all the posts I have written thus far in my 8 months of blogging! I hope to do them […]
We’ve all done it. We see a child push someone else and tell them to say “sorry”. Once they say sorry we tell them to go play or in some cases, put them in time out. What if I told you we are teaching children that “sorry” is a get out jail free card? Time […]