SPLASH 2016 has come and gone! What a wonderful experience interacting with so many talented and amazing early childhood educators! Share your favorite SPLASH memory here…
In this day and age of technology and arranged play dates, it is important to keep some time open for children to experience imaginative and outdoor play. A recent study published by Dr. Peter Gray in Psychology Today reveals that there is significant statistical evidence to support how the decline in unstructured play is linked to the rise in mental disorders among our nation’s young people. Read the full article here.
As you prepare for summer vacations, remember this is the prime time to obtain your PD hours. Select classes or trainings that will yield the highest impact; those aligned to data driven and differentiated instruction. Also remember that your instructional practices should be varied; so look for those trainings designed to provide a cross section of experiences.
Looking for an audience to showcase (or unveil) your hidden talents? We have the perfect venue for you! Announcing the first-ever SPLASH Talent Show, Teachers Have Talent! Our long-time friend Don Monopoli of The Learning Station will fill you in on the details in this fabulous video!
Book studies are a GREAT way to learn and grow during the summer! So, what are you reading?
The optimal window for wiring impulse control in a child is 16-48 months. What are you doing as educators that is effective with impulse control?
Frog Street is in Nashville at the National Head Start Association (NHSA) conference this week! Are you coming? Are you here? Come see us in Booth #515!
We are honoring National Teacher of the Year Mr. Clifton Anderson, of Pearl River Valley Opportunity Head Start, in our booth at the NHSA Conference in Nashville today! Thank you, Mr. Anderson, for your dedication to enhancing the lives of our #HeadStart children! #Greatness #NHSA16
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