I hope that you have been enjoying the warmer weather and that it is giving you a much needed repose from being in close quarters and feelings of isolation.
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Author: Stephanie Bernier
Diversity and Inclusion
First, I would like to let you know that the turmoil and terrible events of this week make me long to be with the children and continue our social-emotional curriculum which focuses on diversity, kindness, problem solving, and community, to name a few components.
In this blog we discuss some summer ideas and other sites you can check out for fun projects with your child.
Spring and Spring Things
Spring is fully here and we are enjoying some nice warmer weather. Check out this blog for some Springtime ideas for you and your child.
May Ideas for Crafts – Oceans & Beaches
Welcome to May! We are covering activities related to Oceans and Beaches and have a few other great links if you want to check it out. Read on…
Mother’s Day Ideas
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, let’s take some time to think about what the kids can put together to put a smile on mom’s face.
Using Play As a Way to Cope
By taking some time each day to play with our children, to draw with them, to write with them, and to read together, we can open the door for their thoughts to expose themselves, and in this way we can share the fact that we ourselves feel very much the same way.
Celebrating Earth Day and Spring
In thinking about activities to do with children in the next couple of weeks, Earth Day and spring come to mind.
Spring Break Riddles For Preschoolers
It is certainly disappointing that our quarantine times are continuing. As a teacher, I miss being in the classroom and seeing the children very much.
April Ideas For Home Activities
I have been thinking about you every day and missing your smiles, your stories, your children. I hope that you are all feeling healthy and not worrying too much.