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Pre-K Adventure at the Zoo

Our pre-K adventure at the Zoo started out with walking to the secret garden that not many visitors know about…a big hit!  We tried to get the brown bear to scratch his

STEM – Plate Tectonics

In STEM, we learned about plate tectonics (eerily it was at the same time as Mexico City having a real earthquake on Tuesday). We used brownies and jello as land masses. We

What’s the Hurry?

Educator Rae Pica debunked the notion that—academically and athletically—earlier is better for children. Regarding academics Pica writes, "Kindergarten, according to a study from the University of Virginia, has become 'the new first grade.' And, based

Have Kids Changed?

“Kids have changed.” Over the last years we have heard this statement repeatedly from educators, parents, and the media. But have children really changed? In reality, it is society, parents, and schools that have changed.