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How to bird watch with kids and make your own bird feeder

Last updated: 03/19/2020

Today we are getting back to nature in our 31 Days of Learning with Incredibusy‘s Ali again. When it’s super chilly outside, we like to feed the birds! Which is why in this post...

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Rocking and Rolling. Building New Skills: Block Construction in Toddler Settings

Last updated: 03/18/2020

Rocking and Rolling. Building New Skills: Block Construction in Toddler Settings You are here Home / Resources / Publications / Young Children / March 2020 / Rocking and...

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30 Totally Doable Ways to Be a Greener Parent

Last updated: 03/18/2020

30 Totally Doable Ways to Be a Greener Parent 30 Totally Doable Ways to Be a Greener Parent These 30 tips make it easy to be a greener parent—on Earth Day and year round. By...

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Seattle teacher offers tips for teaching kids at home during school closures

Last updated: 03/17/2020

SEATTLE — As students across Washington state prepare for six weeks without school, teachers are sharing ideas to keep your child productive and learning in the times of...

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Should Parents Intervene When The Coach Is Being Unfair?

Last updated: 03/16/2020

My daughter's soccer coach told her he is concerned about putting her on the varsity team, a team with minimal talent at best, because of her size. She has a runners build and...

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What Every Parent Needs to Know About Coronavirus

Last updated: 03/15/2020

Coronavirus is dominating the news right now, and as a parent it’s a little scary. The virus, known as COVID-19, continues to spread across the country and around the world, and...

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What is Learning Sciences and Why Does It Matter? - Digital Promise

Last updated: 03/14/2020

How can research help everyone who is working to improve education, including teachers, educational leaders, designers, technologists, and policy makers? Learning sciences...

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Strategies to Create a Community in Your Classroom | PBS Education

Last updated: 03/14/2020

Strategies to Create a Community in Your Classroom May 10, 2019 SHARE: The Arthur theme song says it all: “You can learn to work and play and get along with each other.”...

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What Happens When Teachers Stop Giving Grades?

Last updated: 03/13/2020

Brian Snyder / Reuters Link Copied At the beginning of this school year, my colleagues and I decided to avoid giving the sophomores in our English classes any grades for six...

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15 Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Better

Last updated: 03/12/2020

15 Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Better 15 Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Better A nutritionist (and mom of 7-year-old triplets!) gives tried-and-true tips for getting your kids to...

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