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Tips from a Homeschool Mom: Best Books for Babies, Toddlers and Kids

Tips from a Homeschool Mom: Best Books for Babies, Toddlers and Kids

Raising learners with a lifelong love for reading can start as early as the newborn days. Starting with high contrast books with little to no text...

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6 Steps to Set Up an Inviting Block Play Shelf

6 Steps to Set Up an Inviting Block Play Shelf

Setting up an organized, inviting block shelf is essential to facilitating meaningful play for children. By organizing blocks by shape and size on an open...

Tips from a Homeschool Mom: Best Books for Babies, Toddlers and Kids

Tips from a Homeschool Mom: Best Books for Babies, Toddlers and Kids

Raising learners with a lifelong love for reading can start as early as the newborn days. Starting with high contrast books with little to no text...

A Head Taller: Let Children Play on Their Own Terms

A Head Taller: Let Children Play on Their Own Terms

“In play, a child always behaves beyond his average age, above his daily behavior in play it is as though he were a head taller...

Process Over Product

Process Over Product

For young children, play is about experiencing the world: about getting their hands on and into all the things that spark their curiosity. Kids want...

Learning with Nature: Finding Creative Inspiration

Learning with Nature: Finding Creative Inspiration

Learning with nature means not just learning in or about nature, but learning in an environment where the natural world becomes another teacher. Good teachers of course help their students learn facts and ways...

Best 4 Activities for Kids Who Love to Be in the Kitchen

Best 4 Activities for Kids Who Love to Be in the Kitchen

When you invite children to join you in the kitchen, there are many activities you can offer to stimulate their curiosity and enrich their minds....