Monthly Archives: November 2009

naeyc fun

On Thursday, as promised, we presented a small portion of our pedagogy at naeyc.  A very small portion.  With only an hour and with so much potential material, it was really hard to figure out what to include.  We ended … Continue reading

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Saying “yes” in life

On Thursday, we are presenting a workshop called “Saying ‘yes!’ to physical and vocal expression with your preschoolers.”  No one told us we’d be practicing saying “yes” to all our mistakes before we even got there. SerahRose left the cord … Continue reading

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D.C. Here We Come!

Just in case you forgot, we’re presenting at naeyc this year: 2009 Annual Conference & Expo in Washington, D.C. And, I (SerahRose) have to admit that although I’m really excited to share PictureBook Plays with new folks, I think I … Continue reading

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Process & Content Evaluated

In the world of early childhood, science is presented to children as both process and content.*  Process skills are seen as how children learn, while content is what children learn.  Through experiences presented via a process methodology, children learn concrete … Continue reading

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Child-Initiated Story Performing

My three year old daughter’s ability to create a dramatic story has just taken an exciting leap.  I wanted to share what can happen when a child’s innate creative spirit is guided along. The scene went something like this: Black … Continue reading

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