These days there’s a holiday for everything. Every day of the year has multiple things to celebrate, whether it’s National Pig Day (March 1st) or World Mosquito Day (August 20th). If you can dream it up, it probably already has a day assigned to it. While it’s silly to consider celebrating every special day, it […]
Below: Do you want your child to get the most out of their instructional time at school? Maybe they need more recess! Here’s how physical play improves learning: Think back to your childhood. How did you spend your time? Where did you spend your time? Although each answer might be unique, there would also be plenty […]
She was as prepared for motherhood as she could be. She’d read the books. She’d taken the classes. She knew to expect the baby blues or possibly more. She knew that life as she’d always known it would be flipped on it’s head. Yet there was one thing she wasn’t expecting: The loneliness. It’s a common element […]
Is there any better teacher than the Great Outdoors? Nature provides limitless opportunities to explore, ask questions, experiment, and perhaps most important, simply enjoy. Each year on April 22nd, the world celebrates Earth Day, a day to show support for protecting the planet on which we live. If you’re thinking of celebrating this year, you’ll find inspiration […]
If there’s one good thing about saying goodbye to Summer, it’s that it means saying hello to a schedule. Yes, Summer’s freedom is wonderful, but there’s something about the rhythm of a schedule, of knowing where we need to be and when, that most of us crave. Of course, getting back into a routine doesn’t come without it’s […]
Your kids will love going outside with these fun sidewalk erupting chalk paint. For full instructions please visit Learn Play Imagine.
Get your kids excited about playing outside with this fun Rainbow Nature Hunt.
Preparing preschoolers for kindergarten requires a little prep. During the summer, kids have a lot of fun playing and seldom think about school work. This “summer slide” can make it harder to learn in the first few weeks back to school. Even small children (getting ready to start kindergarten) can experience this problem. The summer […]
ISTE Conference Report Last week I attended the ISTE conference in San Antonio, the largest edtech conference in the U.S. with more than 20,000 educators and vendors from around the world (check out some of the reviews – Edsurge,Getting Smart and The Cornerstone). This year ISTE invited 20 start-ups to attend the edtech Start-up Pavilion and […]