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Most viewed posts of 2014

Just like we have done the past couple of years, we enjoy seeing what our top posts were from 2014! We look back and evaluate what has been the most viewed on Google Analytics — and our resolution is to post more of what you are looking for!   So here we go, our TOP 5 posts, starting with #1 …. #1: Counting and literacy with PETE THE
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Our top posts of 2013

Just like we have done the past couple of years, we enjoy seeing what our top posts were from 2013! It is fun to take a look on Google Analytics from this perspective and see which posts generated the most interest.   So here we go, our TOP 5 posts, starting with #1 …. #1: Counting and literacy with PETE THE CAT This was no surprise to
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Summer Book Exchange | The Year of Miss Agnes

This summer myself and my daughter participated in a cool activity called the “Summer Book Exchange” (hosted by -The Educators’ Spin On It) – where we were paired up with another blogger to exchange a book and activities with each other to promote Summer reading.  We then read the book and do the activities that were sent to us and blog about it.  It’s
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Our top posts of 2012

  Just like we did last year, we thought it would be fun to see what our top posts were from 2012! It is fun to take a look on Google Analytics from this perspective and see which posts generated the most interest. A key part of our blog has always been featuring guest posts from others in the early childhood field that we network with
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Welcome to the SEEDS Blog!

Welcome to our blog! We plan to use this blog as a way to interact with parents and early childhood professionals. We hope this will be a useful resource for you to ask questions, seek input and ideas and get support from each other. Some specific features of our blog include: Sharing early childhood crafts, games and activities We’re sharing ideas for lesson planning
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Book & Boogie – Here come the trains!

We are having fun this week with our “Book & Boogie” ONLINE VIDEO SERIES, where we feature stories and music and movement components that work well together for teachers and caregivers to use with their preschool groups. So far, we featured our Warm up & Cool down, and a fun story / music combination about Dinosaurs. Next up … chugga chugga choo choo, here
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New project underway!

Tressa and I had fun today working on a new project that we are looking to bring to our website REALLY SOON! It’s a program that we’ve been doing locally here in Connecticut, but we wanted to find some way to be able to share it online for any early childhood teacher, parent play group or recreational organization to use and have fun with.
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Pinterest early childhood link-up

Are you on Pinterest?? Do you like to follow other preschool teachers, parents and blogger boards to get ideas for your classroom, play group, homeschool, birthday party (… the list goes on, doesn’t it?!). If you are looking for some great pin boards to follow that are related to early childhood ideas, concepts, practices … then here’s where you can start! Debbie Clement at
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Vote for the GROUP here on the SEEDS Blog

We are humbled, honored and super excited to have been placed on the short-list of nominations for TWO Edublog Awards this year!! These types of awards are a way for educational bloggers (and those that follow them) to recognize and show their appreciation for the resources and knowledge that these bloggers take the time to share each and every day. When we started this blog back
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Edublog Award Nominations 2011

Since I am new to blogging … I am just learning about the Edublog Awards this year. It is a way for educational bloggers (and those that follow them) to recognize and show their appreciation for the resources and knowledge that these bloggers take the time to share each and every day. I would like to show my appreciation for just a few of the educational bloggers that
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