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Get ready for a book study blog party!

We just started our blog – and we’re already having a party! I am excited to be able to participate in a “Book Study Blog Party” organized by Pre-K Pages (click the link for all the details). Several great early childhood bloggers will be discussing chapters of the book “Literacy Beginnings” by Gay Su Pinnell and Irene C. Fountas. I am particularly excited about
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Introducing our Fitness Expert!

We are glad to introduce a new member to our expert panel – Shannon Perry … our Fitness Expert! Our experts will provide guest blog posts on specific topics, and help to answer questions that are submitted to us. Shannon Perry is the Soccer Shots Connecticut Director. Shannon is a former collegiate and professional player with 10 years experience working with children of all ages. Soccer Shots is
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Wordle makes a nice teacher gift, too

In our post about Father’s Day gifts preschoolers can make, I really liked the idea of having kids put together a Wordle as a Father’s Day gift (as was featured at Pre-K pages). But as my daughter and I were putting together her teachers gifts for the end of the school year, I was thinking how a Wordle would make a lovely teacher gift as well! So I
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A Pet Peeve of mine and one that should be yours too!

I’m not sure why, but the old fashioned term “Day Care” drives me crazy. I think because the title doesn’t even refer to the child is one reason. In more recent years our industry has made attempts to use terms such as Child Care and Early Childhood Education. But still I cringe when I receive a phone call from a distributor looking to sell
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