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Outdoor play

Outdoor play

Johnson, Christie and Wardle Everyone who works with young children in early childhood programmes and schools knows how quickly bacteria and viruses spread in these environments. One way to reduce the spread of infection is through lots and lots of fresh air. Outdoor...

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Nature pedagogy and answering children’s questions

Nature pedagogy and answering children’s questions

Death, decay and disappearance Dr Claire Warden “The grand show is eternal. It is always sunrise somewhere, the dew is never dried all at once, a shower is forever falling.Vapour is ever rising. Eternal sunrise, eternal dawn and gloaming, on sea and continents and...

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Nurturing children’s biophilia and love of nature

Nurturing children’s biophilia and love of nature

Developmentally appropriate environmental education for young children Randy White and Vicki L. Stoecklin Extensive research in children’s development and experience in early childhood education has shown that young children: Have unique learning styles that match...

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Block building

Block building

Opportunities for learning Harriet K. Cuffaro Entering a second grade classroom, it is easy to determine what the children are learning. The schedule tells us when there will be math, reading, writer’s workshop, science, social studies, and art. The charts around the...

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Sensory play for children with special educational needs

Sensory play for children with special educational needs

Sue Gascoyne Positive action Regardless of SEN, many children find paying attention a key challenge. A number of proactive strategies can help, such as allowing the use of sensory-rich resources to provide feedback; providing quiet spaces to sit in calmly and take...

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The importance of sensory play

The importance of sensory play

Kelly Hantak & Vanessa van der Graaf “If it hasn’t been in the hand and body, it can’t be in the brain.” – Bev Bos Children are natural scientists—investigating, exploring, and experimenting with the materials found in their environment. In the past, children were...

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Recycling Facts for Kids

Recycling Facts for Kids

Recycling is the processes of taking an organic material such as glass, plastic, metal, or paper, and processing it so that it can be used all over again! Have you ever heard the phrase Reduce, Reuse, Recycle? Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – three great ways to be kind to...

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What do we really want for our children?

What do we really want for our children?

A young college student recently remarked that he is glad his courses are taught by computer, because he does not have to bother with books, and he does not need to speak with his tutor face to face. Everything is accomplished electronically. I think this is an...

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Oral language: the foundation of literacy

Oral language: the foundation of literacy

In the history of human development, oral language—conversation, poetry, story-telling, and song—arose long before written language. In children we see the same pattern of language development. Children first learn to listen, to speak, to sing, to enjoy rhymes,...

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Outdoor play

Johnson, Christie and Wardle Everyone who works...

Nature pedagogy and answering children’s questions

Death, decay and disappearance Dr Claire Warden...

Nurturing children’s biophilia and love of nature

Developmentally appropriate environmental...

Lego’s message to parents: Playtime benefits you as much as your kids

What’s good for your kid’s development is also...

Block building

Opportunities for learning Harriet K. Cuffaro...

Sensory play for children with special educational needs

Sue Gascoyne Positive action Regardless of SEN,...

The importance of sensory play

Kelly Hantak & Vanessa van der Graaf “If it...

Recycling Facts for Kids

Recycling is the processes of taking an organic...

What do we really want for our children?

A young college student recently remarked that...

Oral language: the foundation of literacy

In the history of human development, oral...

Robo Wunderkind x Happy Kids

With the school year in the full swing, we’d...

Osian’s story

We all know that block play is good for...

Kids’ Food and Health – Thoughts by Happy Kids part 10.

What can I give children after school? Children...

Kids’ Food and Health – Thoughts by Happy Kids part 9.

Eating fussy eaters Create a good mood for a...

Kids’ Food and Health – Thoughts by Happy Kids 8.

How can children adopt healthier eating habits?...

Kids’ Food and Health – Thoughts by Happy Kids 7.

How can children be encouraged to be more...

Kids’ Food and Health – Thoughts by Happy Kids 6.

Practical help What practical help can I give?...

Kids’ Food and Health – Thoughts by Happy Kids 5.

Overweight kids What are the dangers for...

Why You Should Enroll Your Kids in Piano Lessons

With 88 keys and hundreds of internal strings, a...

Kids’ Food and Health – Thoughts by Happy Kids 4.

Organic food on the family's table Is organic...

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