With studies showing that children spend from 36 to 44 hours a week with electronics, there’s little time left for being outdoors. [Read more…] about Getting Kids Back to Nature
Every parent wants their child to be resilient, says psychology professor Robert Myers, PhD. Ask any child psychology or child development expert how valuable resiliency is [Read more…] about Tips That Can Help Your Child Become More Resilient
Playing with wooden blocks: a fun, creative way for kids to learn grown-up skills like collaboration, negotiation, measurement, and balance.
The Bucks County Free Library has many free resources for families with young children. Our latest is one we know children and their caregivers are going to be very excited about: Let’s Play School.
In a recent article in Scientific American, Scott Barry Kaufman, Scientific Director of the Imagination Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, notes [Read more…] about The Need for ‘Pretend Play’ in Child Development
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Colleen Pelar, author of Living with Kids and Dogs…Without Losing Your Mind, calls herself ‘America’s Kids and Canines Coach.’ She… [Read more…] about Three Steps for Meeting a Dog: Instructions for Parents
Want to know what tomorrow’s learning environment will be like? This infographic tells the big story [Read more…] about Infographic: A Glimpse into the Future of Learning