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I’ve never considered myself much of a builder, but when I really think about it, some of my fondest childhood memories are those involving my younger brothers and I building and, of course, destroying houses and cities made from Lincoln Logs and Legos. Building is not simply the act of stacking blocks.  In organized play, […]

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Calling all aspiring top chefs!  Come explore food and culture with us this summer! Cooking is an incredible activity to explore in early childhood.  There are numerous benefits to teaching children to cook. Kids develop fine motor skills through cutting, mixing, using kitchen gadgets and kneading dough. When the kids cook from Italy, they love […]

“Stories are the creative conversion of life itself into a more powerful, clearer, more meaningful experience. They are the currency of human contact.” -Robert McKee Why are stories important in childhood? I bet everyone of us can think of a handful of powerful stories that were read to us, or that we read by ourselves, […]

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In the last post, Kindergarten Social Aptitude Indicates Future Success in College, Jobs, we took a look at the different social skills in Kindergartners that were indicators of success later in life.  The post spurred some thoughts on a some past conferences and a movement that is looking to change how the world views children and […]

Inc.com recently published this article on Kindergarten social skills as indicators of later success in college and jobs: A 19-Year Study Reveals Kindergarten Students With These 2 Skills Are Twice as Likely to Obtain a College Degree (And They Have Nothing to Do With Reading) Every year in class, we make a solid effort to […]


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