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Welcome

Welcome to the Early Learning Success Blog. This is a place for sharing thoughts and ideas that support the field of early childhood.

I have worked with families and children for over 30 years. I am passionate about quality care and education for our young children. Please read more about me and my professional accomplishments on the About Us page.

The intent of this blog is to engage in thoughtful conversation that discusses important issues for early childhood professionals. The topics of the articles will include current research in the field of early childhood, best practices that support children, and activities and ideas that are purposeful and intentional in addressing all domains of development.

We welcome your professional comments and ideas that will continue to support the field of early childhood.

Nancy

Summer Skill Builders

Summer can be lazy days …. playing in the sun, splashing in the water, watching clouds go by, picnicking under the shade of a huge tree. Use these great lazy day activities to support your [...]

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Summer First Aid Kit – A Must for All Care Providers

This a reprint from past years. It is always important to be prepared when caring for children! Are you prepared for injuries that might happen at the playground? A Playground First Aid Kit usually has [...]

By | June 6th, 2019|Categories: Resources, Trending|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Summer First Aid Kit – A Must for All Care Providers

Ahhhh Summer! Intentional Planning for Summer

Although it may be tempting to take the summer off from planning, there are many benefits in continuing with your intentional programming: • Children need learning activities to keep their brains engaged • A busy [...]

By | May 30th, 2019|Categories: Resources, Trending|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Ahhhh Summer! Intentional Planning for Summer

Temperament Part 3: Supporting and Nurturing Positive Development for All Children

This is the final segment of The Approaches to Learning Domain and Temperament blog series. Working with children requires that caregivers understand that each child is different, and an individual. As such, each child will [...]

By | May 23rd, 2019|Categories: Resources, Trending|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Temperament Part 3: Supporting and Nurturing Positive Development for All Children

Part 2: Approaches to Learning, Temperament, and School Readiness

How does the Approaches to Learning domain and Temperament impact 'school readiness'? In order to answer that question, we need to define “school readiness”. The National Education Association defines school readiness as the “academic knowledge, [...]

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