Category Archives for "Early Childhood"

National Geographic has teamed with Goddard Systems to create a kid’s book!

Read below to learn about a new book coming to market. Thanks to Sue Adair (Director of Education and Quality Assurance: Goddard Systems, Inc.) for providing this information. Sue, tell us about your book partnership with National Geographic! Goddard Systems has partnered with National Geographic Society and Susan Magsamen, who is the author of the […]

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Early Childhood News and Resources: Our new site has launched!

Just this week we added another website to our family of sites: Early Childhood News and Resources Our new site is simply an information hub where parents, teachers and educators alike can read, post articles, share crafts and ideas, make comments, etc. We’ve set up the following categories for listing material: Activities Fatherhood Motherhood Self […]

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20 Craft Tips (March is National Craft Month)

20 Craft Tips (March is National Craft Month) Tweeted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss on March 5th, 2010 Tip 1: Our children want our time and attention. Engaging them in crafts is a terrific way of meeting those needs. They won’t forget it! Tip 2: Simple but true: crafts help to build self esteem. Say: “What a […]

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March 3, 2010

Home-made books for early learners (Sixty Second Parent)

I recently met (via twitter) Michelle Hutchinson from Sixty Second Parent. After looking over my PCS site, Michelle explained to me that she used to create home-made books for her child. I asked if she had photos to share and she did! To create a home-made book like this you will need the following items: […]

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March 2, 2010

Free St. Patty’s Day cutouts for kids: Bing Note

Your children/students can print and cut these shamrocks, after jotting down their big dreams. This simple activity is a wonderful self-esteem building exercise. Print additional copies for your family, friends or for your child’s classroom! Be sure to engage with your kids or students. Ask them about their dreams and offer them a chance to […]

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