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Homesickness Dos and Don’ts for Parents Preparing for Camp

Last updated: 09/23/2018

Homesickness Dos and Don’ts for Parents Preparing for Camp Homesickness Dos and Don’ts for Parents Preparing for Camp Homesickness Dos and Don’ts for Parents Preparing for Ca

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Email Marketing Your Summer Camp - Automating

Last updated: 09/23/2018

How is girls/boys camp different than co-ed camp What kind of people make the best mentors for a teen girl? Other Ideas from your Parent FAQs Check out this list that I got from a

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Happy Campers: How Camp Relationships Promote Social and Emotional Learning

Last updated: 09/23/2018

Young people are diverse and dynamic, and they have myriad pathways to success. Unfortunately, youth development research often highlights watered-down averages of sample sets that

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Pre-Summer Communication for Camp Directors

Last updated: 09/23/2018

Parents who grew up going to camp every summer are likely aware of the benefits those experiences provided. But what if they didn’t? The pre-summer weeks are a great time to emp

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The State of Early Childhood

Last updated: 09/23/2018

The State of Early Childhood The State of Early Childhood Three Things That Have Changed Since I Became an Early Childhood Consultant By Rae Pica Comment Mail Facebook Twitter Pin

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Profiles - Foundation For Child Development

Last updated: 09/23/2018

The Foundation for Child Development fosters the development of policy and practices relevant to scholarship.  In particular, our Young Scholars Program (YSP) continues the tradit

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Baby & Toddler Math Milestones

Last updated: 09/23/2018

Your child’s developmental process is unique. To guide you, education experts have mapped a few basic baby and toddler math skills to help you track your child’s development in

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Long-Term Gains: Pre-K Programs Lead to Furthered Education Later in Life

Last updated: 09/23/2018

School programs for children as young as three years have long been seen by many as little more than institutional babysitting. But recent research has offered renewed evidence tha

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These former high school teachers are changing attitudes about tech, one teacher at a time |

Last updated: 09/23/2018

Technology is moving fast. While some teachers have the opportunity to keep pace with it, some need time and guidance along the way – and that’s where Mike Reading and Adrian F

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8 Ways Sharing Is Essential For Educators

Last updated: 09/23/2018

Thursday, January 28, 2016 8 Ways Sharing Is Essential For Educators If you believe good things are happening in your classroom, do you have an obligation to share them? That's a q

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