In this webinar Kim will share ways to use puppets, games, activities, props, and songs to develop meaningful lessons that will grow dendrites—connections within the brain that make children smarter– as they learn letters, rhyming, word families, story elements and much, much more!
Join Ann Barbour to learn how playful learning – dramatic play and other creative activities in particular – help children develop foundational skills for success in school and in life.
This webinar presents a research-supported scope and sequence for teaching young children concepts related to number sense. Join early childhood mathematics specialist Brian Mowry as he delivers practical tips.
Regardless of their music background, participants in this webinar will discover the ways in which exposing children to developmentally appropriate, non performance-oriented music activities supports a child’s innate tendency to play while also benefiting children’s overall development.
Join Dr. Jean and discover how to reach children, teach children, and guide them on an exciting learning journey with oral language activities.
In this webinar, participants will gain insight into what makes boys tick and how they can incorporate the boy-friendly strategies that help boys do and be their best.
Looking for a way to integrate STEM into your daily activities? Step into a fully functioning early childhood science laboratory. Attendees learned how to intrigue and motivate their PreK to second grade students to be super scientists.
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Research continues to emphasize how important the first five years of a child’s life are for brain development. Music can be an enjoyable and easy way for educators to support the development of important structural changes, neurological processes, and cognitive skills during this very active time of brain development.
When children use challenging behavior, it is an opportunity to teach them how to become emotionally aware problem-solvers that can use healthy coping strategies in difficult moments. There are four steps that offer a simple, kind, strength-based, commonsense and effective strategy, for day-to-day challenges and challenging behaviors from children (ages 3-8).