When our hands are tied we must find another way to accomplish what we know as educators to be right for the child. The following is a reflective post from Sara Losch, Director of the Barnert Temple Preschool in New Jersey. We have a very special early childhood staff. Many of us have been together … More Tied Hands (Don’t Get Me Started)
It’s a beautiful day, the sun is shining and the garden is blooming. The ground is damp from the morning sprinklers and young children are exploring the garden with all its natural sensory rich stimulants. Adam, a two-year-old discovers a discarded paper cup on the ground. He picks it up, turns it over, and purposefully … More Reflections of Play
I love the advancement of technology and I am fascinated by all that it can do. In the world of tech I get excited, frustrated and overwhelmed by the possibilities at my finger tips. I am pro technology. However, I have concerns of technology’s overuse and the lack of balance in our lives. This post is a … More Intelligent Technology and Our Future
The following is a guest post from our three’s teacher, Jane Triglia. I encouraged Jane to write this post when I saw the snow people the children in her class created. It all started with a book and some eager children wishing for winter snow. We read the book Snowballs by Lois Ehlert and discovered … More The Snow Family
A pre-k class recreates fine art for all to view.
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It was an awesome morning of engagement and purpose as I read this book to my K-2 religious school class. The children went home chatting about the story and I was in awe of how the lesson evolved. This beautiful story is about responsibility, kindness and respecting earth’s garden. After God tells Noah to build … More A Beautiful Story
Reflections on back to school … More Another Fantastic Year Awaits