Counting on your fingers is completely normal and important! Read this article from The Atlantic NPR explores what kids are learning from this presidential election Giving kids choice during the day can be so impactful. Yes, what we’ve been saying!
Some people are raising money for an adventure playground… really cool idea: An interesting article from NPR News about how adults can encourage kids to be original thinkers in order to encourage creativity and curiosity, raising responsible people. A reconsideration of kids and screen time on the NYTimes with some good points about thinking through how we are […]
Some interesting education related news from the last few weeks… ADHD in Kids: What Parents and Teachers Don’t Understand But Need to Know – Washington Post Addressing the latest ADHD research out there and how it’s a condition most often misunderstood Parenting and Teaching Introverts podcast series Podcasts sent around by one of our parents that […]
Some interesting Education related news from the week… Barriers to Innovative Education – Teach Thought Interesting ways that innovative and progressive education can by stymied . Turning Math into Maker Workshops – Mind/Shift Some really fun ways to incorporate STEAM into school… Math Storybook! – Mind/Shift Reading to kids about math is fun and there are many terrific […]
Hi Co-op Community- I scour various education sites constantly, keeping up with what’s happening in education, and I always find links I feel the community may want to see. So, I’m going to begin posting these education related links on a continual basis. Hopefully this will be of interest and useful for all. Mandy, Education Director Links from this […]
Today during our literacy focused curriculum meeting today we talked about wordless books and how they allow children to project their own imaginations on a story. Here are some key reading skills kids build when they read wordless books: Comprehension Print concepts (in English, we read top to bottom, left to right) Sequencing Inferring Predicting […]
Mandy Vadnai, our Education Director, posts regularly about student activities -- project work, school events, culminating celebrations, community happenings, etc. Take a peek inside our classrooms by viewing "Mandy's School News" blog posts.
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