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Lakeland Federation of Teachersfrom Lakeland Federation of Teachers

How the Common Core and High-Stakes Testing are Sabotaging Students

http://blog.motivosity.com/personal-post-how-to-get-past-the-feeling-of-overwhelm.html

It's Always Autumnfrom It's Always Autumn

what does my child need to know before kindergarten

free printable kindergarten readiness checklist - what does my child need to know before kindergarten?

Lessons Learnt Journalfrom Lessons Learnt Journal

Games for Kids: Zero to Two Book of Play

A Child's Play....

I Can Teach My Child!from I Can Teach My Child!

What Your Child Needs to Know Before Kindergarten

Tips from teachers (and moms) for what your child REALLY needs to know before kindergarten!

I Can Teach My Child!from I Can Teach My Child!

What Your Child Needs to Know Before Kindergarten

Tips from teachers (and moms) for what your child REALLY needs to know before kindergarten!

Thinking Kidsfrom Thinking Kids

Is Notebooking Right for Your Child? Meet Some Famous Notebookers!

Is Notebooking Right For Your Child? It Worked For These Famous People...

Waldorf ~ Storytelling ~ Pedagogical Stories ~ For a child always talking ~ For a child who is clowning to get attention ~ For a child who doesn't know his own strength ~ For a child who does what she wants instead of what is extected ~ pdf

‘Much of what young children do as play — singing, drawing, dancing — are natural forms of art. These activities engage all the senses and help wire the brain for successful learning.’
 ~ David A. Sousa, 'How the Brain Learns'

Twodaloofrom Twodaloo

Language Basics: How Many Words

If you have ever wondered about your toddler's language development, this is a must read post! Discusses why simply counting your child's words is not a reliable indicator of how your child's communication development is progressing.

Anxious child? 15 phrases you can use to calm them down. Learn them in this infographic.

The Choleric Child post by waldorf teacher http://www.awaldorfjourney.com/2011/01/the-choleric-child/

#Infographic: Inside the Brain of a Struggling Reader #WeAreTeachers

Integrated Learning Strategiesfrom Integrated Learning Strategies

Why Crossing the Midline Activities Helped this Child Listen to his Teacher

Why Crossing the Midline Activities Helped this Child Listen to his Teacher | ilslearningcorner.com