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Why Early Education Teachers Endorse Play-Based Learning

Why Early Education Teachers Endorse Play-Based Learning

Early childhood education in some public schools is turning to a play-based curriculum for learning in kindergarten and first grade. This education method is not dissimilar to one of the learning methods of the effective Montessori Method that has been around for many...
The Benefits of Project-Based Learning in Early Education

The Benefits of Project-Based Learning in Early Education

One of the best ways to engage young children is to take advantage of their natural curiosity. Project-based learning is a teaching method that helps them acquire necessary skills without stifling their creativity and curiosity. Perhaps most importantly, a...
Why Exploration is Essential for Early Education

Why Exploration is Essential for Early Education

Young children learn best through their own curiosity and discovery. By observing their environment and peers, interacting with their surroundings, and obeying their instincts and impulses in a safe, educational space, children are able to craft their own education....
The Role of Play in the Development of Communication Skills

The Role of Play in the Development of Communication Skills

In a previous post, we explored how play can help children develop skills necessary for logical and mathematical thought. Play is also immensely beneficial when it comes to developing communication skills. Both oral and written communication are essential life skills...