Responsive Routines for All Ages by

With our youngest learners on my mind, I was reminded of some of our very first blog posts. This post talks about the importance of routines. In an infant, toddler and twos classroom, providing responsive and nurturing routines is half of the curriculum!

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Flour vs. Flower by

Making playdough in Janine's classroom

This post is from one of our Teacher Partners, Janine Levin, a Preschool 3's Teacher from DC Public Schools.

Don’t you love it when a child’s question takes your plan in a whole new direction? I recently planned a playdough cooking experience with the summer program I’m working with. My intent was for us to discuss and practice measuring concepts and also build fine motor skills as we poured ingredients and kneaded the dough. But very quickly, the experience took another route.

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