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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 years. This instructional method is an educational practice partially based on collaborative play in conjunction with hands-on learning and self-directed activities.

Movement to Learn: Why Physical Activity is Important in Early Education

Movement to Learn: Why Physical Activity is Important in Early Education

It is commonly known that physical activity is beneficial for children for many reasons; from improving health and wellness to stimulating the mind and body, physical activity can help promote good habits and a healthy lifestyle. Despite this common knowledge, many children are often required to spend a majority of their school day sitting.