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How I helped a child overcome fear by not helping

Jarrod Green, early childhood educator and author of I’m OK! Building Resilience through Physical Play, shares a personal experience helping one of his littles overcome fear, and gain confidence through self-help. *Names have been changed to protect the brave. Sliding Towards … Continue reading

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David Sobel’s NATURE PRESCHOOLS AND FOREST KINDERGARTENS inspires outdoor school in Crimea

Tanya Bibikova, creator and head of Solnechnosadik, or “Sunny Kindergarten,” credits David Sobel’s Nature Preschools and Forest Kindergartens (Redleaf Press) as a great inspiration in the organizing of the outdoor preschool in mountain village at Crimea region. Bibikova spoke with … Continue reading

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Join Us In Booth #1640 at the NAEYC Conference

Redleaf Press authors will be available for signings on Nov. 3 and Nov. 4 during NAEYC’s Annual Conference! The following authors will be available for signings: Emily Plank, Debra Sullivan, Lisa Murphy, Mike Huber, Rosanne Regan Hansel, Maurice Sykes, Julie … Continue reading

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Find your favorite fall titles

As the air gets chillier, the leaves shift colors, and nighttime creeps up quicker, it’s the perfect time to snuggle up to Redleaf’s newest books. These new titles hit the shelves this month, perfect timing for the chilly days to … Continue reading

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Revamp Your Classroom For the New School Year

Summer is officially coming to an end and back-to-school season is in full swing. For teachers looking to freshen up their classroom or create some new spaces, they can gather innovative classroom design ideas from these helpful books filled with … Continue reading

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Have some family fun with an American Adventure

August is American Adventures month and Family Fun Month, it’s the perfect excuse to take your family on a sightseeing road trip! Before children head back to school, a road trip is a cheap, fun adventure to do as a … Continue reading

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Picture Science: Cameras and inquiry based learning

Children love nature and they love photos so why not combine the two to celebrate Nature Photography Day. Of course, the other thing kids love is asking questions so why not throw a little science inquiry into the mix? Let … Continue reading

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