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Tips to Help a Child Not Be Alone at Recess or in the Cafeteria

In Bullying, Counselors, Educational Strategies & Tips, Educators, Social Skills, Social-Emotional by Rachel Wise

If you are an educator and you see that a child is constantly alone at recess or lunch, call a meeting, come up with a plan, do something to help that child. Research supports the notion that there are strategies we can use to help a child not be alone at recess, such as more structured play time, incorporating more …

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Cyberbullying – Information & Prevention Tips for Parents & Teachers

In Bullying, Counselors, Educators, Parents by Emily Andrews

Bullies and meanies have been around since forever. If you were young before the internet came about, you know that most bullying happened in person. Bullies tormented other kids during recess, at the bus stop, in the hallway, or cafeteria. However, the bullying generally stopped once a child got home. The house was a safe place and a haven that …

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3 Therapeutic Benefits of Beading for Children

In Counselors, Educators, Parents, Social-Emotional, Special Education by Rachel Shai

The art of beading is about so much more than creating beautiful pieces of jewelry or home décor. In addition to being an enjoyable hobby that is appropriate for people of all ages, beading has therapeutic benefits. Bead therapy is used in hospitals, clinics and other settings to help both kids and adults in numerous ways. While crafts like beading …

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How Leveled Reading Systems Work

In Educators, Reading by Tiffani

Like everything in early childhood, the ability to read doesn’t come all at once. With reading, children need to wiggle before they crawl, crawl before they walk and walk before they run — figuratively, that is. It’s natural to expect children around the same age to have similar reading skills, but the truth is that the ability to read comes …

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Online Discount Store Offers Hundreds of Hands-on Activities to Keep Learning Fun & Engaging

In Educational Games and Programs, Educational Strategies & Tips, Educators, Special Education by Rachel Wise

Research demonstrates the benefits of teaching children through a variety of senses (multi-sensory/hands-on learning), which allows children to absorb information through sight, sounds, movement, and touch! In multi-sensory learning, children are active and doing something rather than just sitting passively trying to remember what their teacher is teaching them. “If I can do it, I can understand it.” Related Article: …

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Learn About the International Baccalaureate Curriculum which Motivates and Engages Students of All Ages

In Educators, High School & College Students, Learning Programs, Parents, Sponsored Posts by Sponsored Post

Sponsored by momspresso.com In the US, more than 1700 public and private international schools offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum, and this number is rising. What makes IB so popular? The reason why this curriculum is finding growing support from people is its focus on students’ critical and creative learning. In this type of educational set up, teachers typically supervise …