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Bella Luna Toys • 19 weeks ago

We must let learning to read unfold when a child's brain is ripe and ready to read, and not before.

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Facebook/twitter door- have a laminated strip for every child and they get time to update status about something they learned, liked or happened during school that day! Gets them writing and ties in something they're probably already interested in!

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"A child loves his play, not because it's easy, but because it's hard" ~Benjamin Spock #quote #PlayBasedLearning #naturalplay

Not A Stick | Child's Play Music. "Few toys have the open-ended possibilities of the stick, and yet in many schools and early childhood settings playing with sticks is forbidden. I think that is a tragedy. Sticks are childhood, just as much as mud and puddles and cardboard boxes and sofa-cushion forts. To deny children stick-play is to deny them one of the most powerful tools of the imagination. A stick can be anything a child can imagine. Anything."

What Learning Cursive Does for Your Brain | Psychology Today #Education #BrainDevelopment #WaldorfPeninsula #cursive #handwriting

Quote by Richard Louv, Author of "Last Child in the Woods."

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