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Classroom Furniture Should Be Multi-Functional

Classroom Furniture: 6 Questions Worth Pondering

The quest to continually improve the modern classroom is a worthy endeavor. Back-to-School will be here before you know it! Teachers might want to ponder these 6 questions about classroom furniture and design before it sneaks up: Does your classroom’s layout support all learning styles? What kind of seating More…

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Sensory tables for kids are multi-functional activity tables

Multi-Functional Sensory Tables Kids

Social or Solo Sensory play activities appeal to kids regardless of whether they are playing in groups or individually. For this reason, sensory tables have become a summer favorite for kids. Parents and caregivers, who find themselves tasked with filling kids’ summer hours with fun activities, also love sensory More…

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Summer Fun: Time Capsules Capture Memories

Kids yearn for summer vacation to begin. Yet, with so much time on their hands, kids often come to parents stating, “I’m bored.” Why not plan a fun time capsule project this summer? When the inevitable “I’m bored” statement crops up, you won’t have to scramble to find new More…

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Indoor-outdoor play is easy with the mobile Ball Cart

Ball Cart for Indoor-Outdoor Play Activities

The modern playground keeps evolving to meet the needs of educators and children. Indoor playgrounds are just as prevalent as outdoor playgrounds. You may find yourself wondering, “How can I make the most of limited resources by using some of the same play equipment for indoor or outdoor play?” More…

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Flare and Function with As We Grow Classroom Tables

Classroom Tables with Flare & Function

The number of children living in single-parent households has grown from approximately 8 million in 1970 to roughly 18.5 million in 2020. Additionally, 59.8% of married-couple families have both parents working full-time, which means they require care for their children in the form of daycare centers, preschools, Montessori schools, More…

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Sensory Play Blooms with Spring Flowers

Springtime brings with it a fresh scent in the air as everything begins to turn green and bloom again. The colorful flowers are no exception. Tulips, Daffodils, Hyacinth, Crocus, Primrose, and Peonies all bloom in the spring. After a long winter, their colors and sweet aroma remind us, the More…

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Dramatic Play Kitchens: A Recipe for Raising Healthier Children

Dramatic Play and National Nutrition Month

A Recipe for Raising Healthier Children March is National Nutrition Month. It provides a perfect opportunity for parents and teachers to begin training children about the importance of nutrition and health. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has an amazingly comprehensive toolkit designed to equip you with games, activities, More…

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Hop, Play & Learn: Carpet Bundles

Early education is constantly emphasizing the importance of merging learning with playing. Toddlers and preschoolers respond positively to any activity focusing on these two core ingredients. When one is missing, the activity falls short in terms of the impact it has on kids. It’s akin to setting out to More…

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Celebrate Dr. Seuss 10 Ways in 10 Days

March 2nd is National Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss’s birthday. This is your chance to transform your classroom into a Seuss-tastic fun zone. The annual event is the brainchild of the National Education Association. Designed to encourage children to read, this annual event becomes more Seuss-a-rific when More…

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Understanding the History of Math & Learning

If you are a parent or grandparent who is faced with trying to help children in your lives do their math homework, you might be thinking, “Houston. We have a problem.” In truth, today’s kids don’t do math the same way. This often creates a problem for mentors. How More…

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