Helping children manage their feelings
What do we really want for our children
A teachers commission
Great expectations
The dual challenge
Raising my kids without TV

Parents and teachers

How can you keep from singing when the tune is engaging and fun? The stress of transition time can be eased when the instructions are sung to a familiar tune.
The world is full of expectation and possibility for young children from the moment they are born.
Children's play tells family members and early childhood teachers so much about development.
A teacher's job is practice the draining act of forgiveness a hundred times a day.
Anni McTavish explains how a compassionate sense of fun can help children deal with their feelings.
I’m not saying there is no place for technology. But it should be a tool, not a lifestyle, and children do not need it at all.
The pressure to excel is transforming childhood as never before. But what is it doing to our children?
Experienced caregivers who work with infants or toddlers often list their relationships with the parents of those babies as both the most difficult and the most rewarding aspect of their work.
One day about two-and-a-half years ago I decided that my children weren't going to watch television anymore. Yes, you read that correctly. No more TV.

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