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Guest Post: Silently Watching by Tamar Jacobson, PhD

We’re very happy to welcome back a familiar face around these parts. Guest blogger Tamar Jacobson, PhD, is sharing another insightful post—this one on the complex, delicate, and critical dynamics of interpersonal communication between children and adults. In addition to … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Insights on Brain Development from Deborah McNelis

You may have noticed that we recently added an exciting new product line to our library of resources — Brain Insights cards. Created by Deborah McNelis, each pocket-sized, age-specific Brain Insights set (there are six available!) offers 40 brain-building learning … 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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Guest Blog: Do You Have a Visit Plan?

If you are a family child care (in-home daycare) provider, you are most likely all too familiar with the pressures felt when it comes to being prepared for and receiving visits from licensors, food program representatives, coaches, and other people … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Productive Passion or Distracting Obsession? What To Do When Children Have an Intense Interest in Just One Thing

We’re excited to welcome today’s guest blogger, Ann Gadzikowski, MEd, author of Story Dictation: A Guide for Early Childhood Professionals and Challenging Exceptionally Bright Children in Early Childhood Classrooms. As early childhood coordinator for the Center for Talent Development at … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: Early Education 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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Connie Bergstein Dow’s Creative Movement Series—Part 3: Chinese New Year Celebration Dance Activity

We’re feeling pretty lucky to share this space again with guest blogger and Redleaf Press® author Connie Bergstein Dow. Connie is a source of endless ideas that not only get children moving, but also help to get them excited about … Continue reading

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