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Facilitating Risky Play with Young Children – Himama

So what is risky play anyway? Usually found outdoors, risky play happens when children are allowed the time and space to explore and experience variables. These variables include height, speed and use of tools. Risky play also includes exploration of rough and tumble play, incorporation of elements such as water, and concepts like getting lost. The key to successful risky play is that all of these things are tested on the child’s own terms.

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Creative Projects for Practicing Reading and Writing at Home

Creative Projects for Practicing Reading and Writing at Home The back-to-school sales are in full swing, the kids have met their new teachers, and everyone is ready to start the learning process. Whether you’re still online, are back in the classroom, or are doing a hybrid-model of learning, like many parents you may be finding

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Learn a New Language

Let’s Learn a New Language!

Bonjour! Hola! Kon’ichiwa! Let’s Learn a New Language! Kids’ brains are wonderfully elastic, meaning they learn, absorb, and incorporate the world around them easily. Experts studying child development have learned the first five years are crucial for cognitive – brain – development. It is an excellent time to start forming lifelong skills that can give

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Crafting Thankfulness

Crafting Thankfulness

We’re crafting thankfulness with fun art projects! There is no denying that 2020 has been a difficult year. Everyone has faced new obstacles and challenges, and the routine of life has been disrupted. Kids do not get to see their friends as often, go to school, and in some places parks and playgrounds remain closed.

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