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Thematic Units and Literature In the Books

You will discover that the design and addition of several thematic units motivates and encourages students to take an active role in processing and understanding more about the world around them.

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Wonder of Science to the Early Childhood Classroom.

It takes time for logic and reasoning to expand in young kids. By using a mixture of child-oriented education and open-ended exploration activities, teachers can help kids build up into scientific thinkers and in doing so make learning experiences not only meaningful, but FUN!

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21 Summertime Activities That Extend Learning

These are only a few of the many ways to keep kids diverted during the summer and extend learning. Remember, what kids really want is for you, their parent, to spend time with them. You are making reminiscences that will last a lifetime--or maybe continue for numerous generations. Plus, you're teaching about our attractive world while making learning fun.

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Up, Up and Far Away

Parachute play can be a wild and uncontrolled activity if you don't establish these types of rules. And when using the parachute, plan on children participating for ten to twenty minutes maximum. Young children's arms tire easily and attention spans wane quickly.

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Using Kids’ Art to Convey Emotions

If we truly want our kids to be successful, they must first be allowed and in fact encouraged to "let the sad out."

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In The Beautiful Garden

No matter what you and your kids choose to grow, it’s the fun and pleasure of making something special that you’ll enjoy the most. Whether you plant cherry tomatoes in window box or prize-winning marigolds in a flower bed – the learning you share with the kids will bloom into something that will tolerate after the last plant has been chosen.

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Join Thematic Units and Literature

Classroom experiences you give may be their beginning into the magnificent world of literature and reading to your children.

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Fitness in Early Childhood

In essence, any locomotor skill can be an aerobic activity if it is performed continuously. Begin slowly and gradually increase the length of the activities. Encourage the kids to push themselves a bit further each time.

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Defending Kids from Ultraviolet Rays

Specify SPF and brand to make sure that suitable sunscreen products are donated.

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Choices for Both Kids and Mother Earth

In teaching kids about environmental issues, highlight the optimistic, be a good role model and join parent participation. Together, we can choose to make a difference!

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Honoring Kids’ Ways of Knowing

Art-based experiences "promote thoughtful, reflective thought, which can expand environmental awareness, an important basis for environmental understanding".

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Gardening with Young Kids

Young kids enjoy basic gardening activities like digging, planting, watering, weeding, pruning, mulching, deadheading, composting, and maintaining a worm box, but they particularly like harvesting and eating the fruits of their work.

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Let's Play!

Play is an active, child-initiated process that supports kids’ learning throughout the areas of physical, social/emotional, creative, science, math, language, and literacy.

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How Does Your Garden Grow by Early childhood education

Growing plants appeals not only to kids, but to teachers and parents, as well. Begin with simple techniques and easy range of flowers and vegetables. Offer the kids admire for their participation and contribution. Allow their interest and wonder to take root naturally. Soon you’ll be growing gardeners who will make our earth a better place.

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