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When those sweet little faces arrive in kindergarten at the beginning of the year, they often don’t come with much background information.
We live in a “plugged in” culture, where students spend extended periods of time consuming visual images. This severely limits their visual memory or their ability to access and recall images and real-life situations that happened to them.
Kids are bombarded with visual images provided by constant access to devices that display games, movies, YouTube videos, DIY videos and more.
The last star of our Math Mights gang featured in the Math Mights 8-in-1 Flip Chart: Addition Strategies was definitely created with humor in mind. Meet, T-Pops the Traditional.
We are super excited to announce our new Deck o’ Dots, featuring our new character Dotson!
Blocks are an essential part of any early childhood experience, whether in a classroom or at home.
I go into hundreds of classrooms a year, and I find the kindergarten classrooms to be the most interesting.
The concept of Math Workshop changes the way math has looked in schools for the past 30 years.
Guest Post by Sarah Westgreen, Tuck Sleep Foundation
Children with special needs are often at a greater risk of suffering from sleep disorders and sleep struggles. More than half of children with autism suffer from insomnia as many as 50 percent of children with ADHD suffer from sleep problems.