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Here are our favorite tips for how to make outdoor recess games with spray chalk!
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.
Spray Chalk for Active Sidewalks - We did the testing so you don't have to!
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.
Well, here we are again, folks! Another year in the books. 2019 is nearly over and 2020 is just around the corner. When did that happen?!? Last year, right around this time, we posted our "Year-in-Review 2018" here on the blog, highlighting a ton of awesome stuff we'd done over the past year. It...
A sensory pathway, or sensory hall, is a colorful, creative and playful way for kids to build connections in the brain that are responsible for sight, touch, sound, etc., which enable kids to complete complex, multi-stage tasks. But what elements are necessary to make an effective sensory pathway?...
“In like a lion, out like a lamb,” goes the old saying about spring. The month of March is that lion: a generally cold and blustery month that we here in New York still for some reason associate with spring. Because of the weather, kids tend to have a lot more indoor recess in this month than even...