Many of today’s parents and teachers came of age in the 1980s and 1990s — a time when the self-esteem
Originally published on MindShift From an early age, children are sensitive to social cues from adults, peers, media and their surrounding environment.
Originally published on MindShift. Publicly funded pre-K programs enjoy broad public and political support, largely because of research suggesting that preschool graduates
“Open up!” “The doctor said you need to take your medicine.” “This will help you feel better!” “You can have
“Every child is an artist,” Pablo Picasso said. “The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”
In early September, my first grader sat on her bed thumbing through a picture book that was way above her
On August 21, 2017, the United States will witness a solar eclipse. Parts of fourteen states will experience a total
It’s easy to view art and math as completely separate subjects. Right brain vs. left brain. Creative vs. analytical. Imaginative
As parents and caregivers, we don’t need special training in science or engineering to help our child develop inquiry skills.
Let’s start with a little self-reflection, as parents: When you are learning a new skill, what’s your first reaction? Are
One reason I love Sesame Street – and why it continues to delight audiences 48-years after its debut — is