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What do you do when your child is scared to try something new? While at the playground yesterday with Mr 4 and Ms 2, we met a sweet girl named Jazmin (4yo) who was there with her mom. Unfortunately her mom was tied up on the phone most of the time, so Jazmin played with […]

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In my last blog post I invited parents to imagine different learning activities they could do with kids using this amazing video as a launch pad. Here I’ll share some ideas I’ve come up with for different age groups: Toddlers – Kindergarten Talk about the video with your child. What did they like about it? […]

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This video brings me to tears every time, in the best possible way. It moves and inspires me, and reminds me that despite all the crap I see going wrong in the world, there is also this. There is WE.  Love, laughter, dancing, solidarity, good will, beauty interwoven into each moment, joy in the midst […]

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Parents, Weigh In On This!

Published on May 3, 2012 by in Child Development, Education

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An Open Letter to Educators is a fantastic & thought-provoking video presenting the opinions of (former) University of Nebraska student Dan Brown. I just saw this video yesterday, and simply have to share it because of the great discussion it will spark. Dan makes some very important points that parents, educators and students alike must […]

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Mr. 7 had his first baseball game the other night. He’s been looking forward to this for weeks, nay, months – we’ve been practicing grounders, pop-ups, batting and catching so much that my arm is sore just thinking about it. This story isn’t about Mr. 7′s enthusiasm however, it’s a story about his mom and […]

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