Learning Environments & Curriculum · Personal, Professional & Leadership Development

National Crayon Day

It’s National Crayon day. In normal times I’d say, get that box of imagination out and lets start being creative! But these aren’t normal times. Many of us are in our homes trying to practice social distancing, and those that are left in the center have small classes, limited resources and the uncertainty of when… Continue reading National Crayon Day

Human Growth & Development · Learning Environments & Curriculum

Why Use Loose Parts?

Some years ago a theory popped up – the theory of loose parts. Although this concept has been around and used a lot longer than its name, it’s now a mainstream idea. The practice of providing children with movable materials that have no specific purpose; that can be taken from area to area and put… Continue reading Why Use Loose Parts?