Let’s do a little thought experiment. Imagine asking one of your students — any student — where they’d rather be on a weekday. What would they say?
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Reading, writing, math, science — the list goes on and on. As a teacher, you have so much to cram into the school day and so little time. The result?
Look, we get it. Your schedule’s packed as it is. The last thing you feel like doing in your non-existent free time is writing grants for sensory rooms. Applying for grants is time-consuming (a single application can take months to complete). It’s also tedious. But the thing is, creating sensory...
The Journal of School Health recently published a comprehensive review of the pandemic's effect on kids’ exercise levels. The results?
Most playground painting ideas focus on how to get kids to move, develop their social skills, and engage in unstructured play. But that’s only half the story. You can also incorporate playground markings in the teaching process to help kids learn about the natural world or grasp abstract concepts —...
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In one way or another, it seems that the majority of kids in the United States will be returning to the classroom in the fall. How, you might ask? Most educators couldn’t tell you.
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Most kids love to move when engaging in sensory play. In fact, we all do - but what we do with that information in our brain can be affected by a whole host of factors.
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