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Posts by HiMama

What do Children Learn from Loose Parts Play?

Loose parts play allows children to interact with objects in a compelling way and learn unique skills that will help their development.

Using Reflective Practice in Parenting

Learn how to use Reflective Practice to learn from your mistakes and successes and improve your child's development.

The Impact of Preschool on Low Income Kids

In this episode, learn how much of a difference preschool can make for children coming from low income households.

Director Spotlight | Anne Hough

Learn about Anne Hough's journey in early childhood and all of the great things she's done throughout her career!

3 Uncommon Theories of Play You Might Not Know About

There are lots of well-documented play theories, but some are more well-known than others. Here are 3 you might not have heard of before.

What Should Montessori Look Like?

What does a successful Montessori institution look like? We caught up with Margaret Whitley to find out.

The Importance of Friendship in Preschool

Friendship can be one of the most important skills that children learn during preschool and have effects that last a lifetime.

Director Spotlight | Joyce Gee

Joyce Gee | Toronto, ON

Suzuki Early Childhood Education Approach to Learning Music

How can you benefit from the SECE approach?

5 Concerns Every Montessori Parent Has

Deciding between traditional school and Montessori is a tough decision. Here are the top concerns that parents have.

Early Childhood Education in California

What challenges are facing early education leaders in the US' largest state?

The Maker Movement Approach to Literacy for Early Learners

The Maker Movement Approach & Pre-K Literacy

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