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Pamper Yourself – You Deserve It!

Reposted from February 2017 - Enjoy! The more you take care of yourself, the more you are able to give to the children in your care. When you feel good and are well rested, you are able to: be patient with children, no matter what they spill!; rejoice in their accomplishment, big and not so [...]

By | February 7th, 2019|Resources|0 Comments

Welcome 2018 with New Goals

Welcome to 2018!! The start of a new year is a great time to reflect on current practices, (personal and professional), and decide what could be done or added to make them even better! Setting goals, and figuring out the steps to achieve them, can help us be more successful. Most of you have heard [...]

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Pamper Yourself – You Deserve It!

Reposted from February 2016 - Enjoy! The more you take care of yourself, the more you are able to give to the children in your care. When you feel good and are well rested, you are able to: be patient with children, no matter what they spill!; rejoice in their accomplishment, big and not so [...]

By | February 14th, 2017|Resources|Comments Off on Pamper Yourself – You Deserve It!

How Observation Impacts Practice

Article written by guest blogger, Jennifer Barshack Research on brain development and best practices in early childhood education has demonstrated that how a child learns in the early years, approximately from birth to five years, is critical to her/his later success in school, and in life. This includes all the developmental domains -  cognitive, social/emotional, [...]

By | January 10th, 2017|Resources|Comments Off on How Observation Impacts Practice