Oct 8, 2019
Why are there so many reports of children frequently falling out of their seats? Why is behavior becoming more and more of a challenge in the classroom? And why are delayed fine motor skills becoming more and more prevalent? One common thread, as my guest Rae Pica will explain, is movement.
In Rae’s new book,...
Jul 14, 2019
Online preschool options are growing in popularity.
Just this past spring, Ted Talk organizers created a bit of a stir in the early childhood community when they awarded a portion of their Audacious Project funding to an online preschool company, Waterford UPSTART. While proponents suggest this is an affordable and...
May 16, 2019
There are many decisions to make as a parent.
Breastfeed or bottle? Cosleep or no? Where to find quality care?
And when you reach out for more information while making these decisions, the waters sometimes seem to only get more cloudy.
Emily Oster's new book, Cribsheet, tackles many common decisions make in the early...
Feb 28, 2019
Julie Bogart is an accomplished writer and the creator of a popular language arts program, Brave Writer. She's also mom to five (now grown) children, whom she homeschooled for 17 years.
Her new book, Brave Learner – Finding Everyday Magic in Homeschool, Learning, and Life, shares so many perspectives about inspiring...
Feb 18, 2019
development can be talked about in an academic construct, I received Deborah Schein’s book (Inspiring Wonder, Awe, and Empathy- Spiritual Development in Young Children) and found confirmation for some of those things that I had found in the research as well.
That spiritual development takes us beyond ourselves and...