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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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Show a little appreciation on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner so many classrooms are celebrating this week, while still others will simply pass over the day in an effort to eliminate holidays from the classroom. As Julie Bisson notes in Celebrate!: An Anti-Bias … Continue reading

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Have you said thank you to a teacher today? #teacherappreciationweek

According to Merriam-Webster a teacher is “a person or thing that teaches something; especially a person whose job is to teach students about certain subjects”. We are all teachers from time to time, but those that choose it as their … Continue reading

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Guest Post: For Unto Us . . . by Tamar Jacobson

We’re happy to welcome back guest author blogger Tamar Jacobson, PhD. In addition to writing “Don’t Get So Upset!” Help Young Children Manage Their Feelings by Understanding Your Own and editing Perspectives on Gender in Early Childhood, Dr. Jacobson is … 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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From the Redleaf Press Kitchen: Burgers! Bell Pepper Veggie & Turkey

If you’re searching for the perfect recipes to prepare for your Fourth of July celebration, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you’ll be with children and colleagues or your friends and family, these Early Sprouts Cookbook recipes will be … Continue reading

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From the Redleaf Kitchen: A Sweet Treat from Cooking Is Cool

Ever since Cooking Is Cool: Heat-Free Recipes for Kids to Cook arrived in our warehouse, we’ve been trying to decide which recipe to make first. After revisiting many bookmarked pages, we finally settled on these fruit-packed Hawaiian Pops. Even though … Continue reading

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