Tagged with " child development"
The fourth Habit of Mind is Thinking Flexibly, or being able to see things from different points of view. Flexible thinkers can see [...]
During the month of April, Wishing Chair productions will present the classic Brothers Grimm tale Hansel and Gretel. This show [...]
Many people know about the great story time and puppet shows at the downtown library, but did you know that [...]
Spring is the air! Along with longer days and rising temperatures, spring also brings the return of flowering [...]
A study from the University of Missouri shows that understanding of number relationships early in life means greater success in [...]
Are you clever? Shrewd? Canny? Or just plain brainy? For those in the know, these words are different examples of ways to [...]
When packing for parent and child workshops, I try to pack an “activity bag,” a canvas bag filled with puzzles, wooden [...]
“My child simply won’t read books. He (or she) watches television, or plays computer games. That’s all he wants to do.” We hear this often [...]
We frequently hear about the importance of reading aloud to children in terms of learning to read, and we know [...]
The third Habit of Mind is listening to others with understanding and empathy. Some psychologists believe that the ability to [...]
Bringing Books to Life
Bringing Books to Life helps educators and parents find fun and innovative ways to inspire children to read.
Elizabeth Atack, Program Coordinator