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Make Space For Learning

Space in early childhood development, includes not only the physical area and objects for playing and learning, but also includes the time, attitude, and energy that are important for healthy physical, social, and psychological development.  New research in sociological and environmental behavior has shown the impact of learning environments on various behaviors: territoriality, crowding, situational and personal space.

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Celebrate Diversity

Exposure to diversity builds young children’s self-confidence, increases awareness, and adds appreciation. The inclusion of diverse beliefs and cultures in early childhood education also maximizes children’s academic achievement and educational success.

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Make Time For Play

Playtime is important to healthy brain development. In fact, it’s through play that children at a very early age engage and interact with the world around them. Playtime allows children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, and physical, cognitive, and emotional strength.

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Helping Children Find Space for Stories

Having an intentional reading space for kids encourages learning, creativity and independence. Even for adults it is not always easy to find a quiet and secluded corner to enjoy a good book – and we know what to look for!

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Shining a Light on Learning

What do literacy, music, writing, math, and science have in common? They are all skills that can be learned and developed using a light table! A light table is a table that is illuminated with…wait for it…light! While it seems straight forward, there are many types of light tables, used for many different purposes, which are found both in classrooms and at home.

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