http://www.education.com/magazine/article/snowday_games/?cid=90.002 Most preschools in Canada have a gymn inside. Recently saw an inside gymn in a mid-sized immigrant church in Austin. Also one in Kerrville. They have long worship services, so a place where children can play anyday is important. Great idea.
Ever notice the difference between adult students and preschoolers? How many preschoolers are quiet and unengaged? What is the biggest challenge for the junior college/community college professor? You guessed it! Lack of engagement. What happened along the way?
http://edition.cnn.com/2010/OPINION/12/29/christakis.play.children.learning/index.html?iref=allsearch I am sure that most of my early childhood education friends will enjoy this article, urging play based curricula. The authors wonder why the nation does not more readily adopt this view. Let me tell you why, from the Sociological angle. The nation is increasingly skeptical of “soft” policies because the nation’s results, especially…
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