Category Archives: Activities for Educators

The Comfort of Little Things: Where the magic awaits

We all have things in our pasts, and sometimes in our present, that we allow to hold us back and stall our lives. What if we could change that? What if we could help others not fall into the same … Continue reading

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April is National #StressAwareness Month

We all experience stress in our everyday lives and children are no exception. April is National Stress Awareness Month and while you are checking in on your own mental health be sure to check in on the little ones in … Continue reading

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Brain Awareness Week: Activities for toddlers’ growing brains

Happy brain awareness week! Sometimes we forget that children’s brains are a work in progress. They do not think the same way as adults and we must foster their development as we help them grow and mature. In the early … Continue reading

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Evaluating and Supporting Early Childhood Teachers: A conversation with Angele Sancho Passe

Teacher evaluation is a hot topic right now with many districts revamping their process. Author Angele Sancho Passe had perfect timing on her new book, Evaluating and Supporting Early Childhood Teachers, where she covers the topic in depth. Angele recently … Continue reading

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From the Redleaf Kitchen: Have Yourself a Merry Berry Salad

Looking for a fun and festive recipe that is easy to prepare and tastes great? Merry Berry Salad, a recipe from Cooking Is Cool: Heat-Free Recipes for Kids to Cook, is the perfect dish whether you’re serving lunch to a … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Use Your New Redleaf Lane Poster

If you have already received your Fall 2013 Redleaf Press catalog in the mail, you probably noticed a little something extra in it — a poster featuring a scene from Evette’s Invitation, one of the new children’s books being released … Continue reading

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Connie Bergstein Dow’s Creative Movement Series—Part 2: Tips for Introducing Creative Movement Activities

We’re very happy to welcome back guest blogger and Redleaf Press® author Connie Bergstein Dow. Connie is a source of endless ideas that not only get children moving, but also make them excited about physical activity. Connie has returned with … Continue reading

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