Tag Archives: early childhood

A Bridge Without Rails

One of my favorite early childhood experts is Janet Gonzales-Mena. If you’ve never read her books, and especially if you work with infants and toddlers, I highly recommend you stop reading this blog and go buy all her books – … Continue reading

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Tips & Tricks

Here’s a potpourri of ideas from my booklet, 101 Tips & Tricks: For an inexpensive puppet rack, use an over the door wire shoe holder. Mount it to a wall and slip the puppets over the metal sleeves to display … Continue reading

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Thinking Outside The Box About Conferences

As leaders, we encourage our team members to invest in themselves and obtain continuing education, attend professional development conferences, join book clubs, support groups, and in many other ways take the time to increase their knowledge, improve their networks with … Continue reading

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