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A NEW Zealand school principal has extended an invitation to Peregian Springs State School to see how children can excel without being wrapped in cotton wool.

A NEW Zealand school principal has extended an invitation to Peregian Springs State School to see how children can excel without being wrapped in cotton wool.

"Playing in the first like this is just great!". How great does this "adventure playground" sound? Another established way to help our children take safe risks. Truth be told, we have opportunities everyday.

Where The Wild Things Play

"Playing in the first like this is just great!". How great does this "adventure playground" sound? Another established way to help our children take safe risks. Truth be told, we have opportunities everyday.

Amazing points of views for meeting children where they are at and honoring them as a person

Amazing points of views for meeting children where they are at and honoring them as a person

Teacher Tom: Without Some Grown-Up Yelling At Us - "Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising every time we fail."

Teacher Tom: Without Some Grown-Up Yelling At Us - "Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising every time we fail."

“Most children under age six need lots of time to play, and to develop social skills, and to learn to control their impulses. An over-emphasis on formal classroom instruction – that is, studies instead of buddies, or staying in instead of playing out – can have serious effects that might not be apparent until years later.”

Bright children should start school at six, says academic

“Most children under age six need lots of time to play, and to develop social skills, and to learn to control their impulses. An over-emphasis on formal classroom instruction – that is, studies instead of buddies, or staying in instead of playing out – can have serious effects that might not be apparent until years later.”

Some parents exhaust themselves entertaining their children. But what if actively observing our tots better supported their social-emotional development? Janet Lansbury, parent educator says, hands-off but observant is the way to play.

Some parents exhaust themselves entertaining their children. But what if actively observing our tots better supported their social-emotional development? Janet Lansbury, parent educator says, hands-off but observant is the way to play.

Doug Ross @ Journal: COMMON CORE EXPOSED: Marxism, America Hatred, and Pornography Packaged Up for Your Kids

Doug Ross @ Journal: COMMON CORE EXPOSED: Marxism, America Hatred, and Pornography Packaged Up for Your Kids

Play: One of the most important factors in a child’s development | ScienceBlog.com

Play: One of the most important factors in a child’s development | ScienceBlog.com

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