Monthly Archives: August 2019

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Day-to-Day Care of Young Children’s Brains, Part 2

Early childhood educators spend critical time with the children in their care and program. Being intentional and purposeful in the learning activities and experiences should support all areas of development. Although this article was intended for parents of young children, there are good tips for all who interact with young children. Research on early brain [...]

By | August 22nd, 2019|Resources, Trending|0 Comments

Brain Development and Young Children, Part 1

The research is pretty clear and consistent about how brain development impacts children in their early years. The following article excerpt from the University of Maine, Extension office provides information on how the brain develops AND guidelines for the care of young children to promote healthy brain development and school readiness. Children and Brain Development: [...]

By | August 8th, 2019|Resources, Trending|Comments Off on Brain Development and Young Children, Part 1

Power Camp – A Curriculum to Support Social & Emotional Learning

I'm so excited to share with you a new resource from Early Learning Success, LLC! Many years ago, (in another lifetime LOL!), I worked in a school-age program with kids that were pretty much out of control. Over the course of the year, and some specialized training, I hit upon some strategies that turned an [...]

By | August 1st, 2019|Resources, Trending|Comments Off on Power Camp – A Curriculum to Support Social & Emotional Learning