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Too Much Stuff - A Holiday Reminder by Pamela Evans

Perhaps this year more than most, as many of us are spending so much time at home...it's important to remember that too much stuff gets in the way of enjoying life.

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Puppies, Dogs, and Preschoolers by Pamela Evans

Children and pets are a wonderful mix as long as your child is taught to respect animals. Many families are getting new pets, but if you are new to owning a dog, here are a few things to keep in mind.

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Play-Based Learning by Pamela Evans

As we continue to look at tools and methods use by preschool teachers, today we discuss a fundamental, Play-Based Learning.

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Inquiry Based Learning by Pamela Evans

This is the first in a series of blog posts with brief descriptions and suggestions for bringing the preschool experience into your home. The series will cover some various teaching styles that help preschoolers blossom. Hopefully a little something for everyone. Today, Inquiry Based Learning.

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Wildrock - Get Outside! by Pamela Evans

Hi Friends, This is not my usual type of post as it is location specific. But if you do not live in the Central Virginia - Shenandoah Valley area, perhaps you are lucky enough to have a nature playscape near you! 

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Shout out to Parents of Preschoolers by Pamela Evans

As we move through these unprecedented times, I am so impressed with the resilience and creativity of the preschool parents in my community. It’s easy to become so stressed and worried that you shut down - but if you have a preschooler in the house – you don’t have that luxury. Thanks goodness!

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I'm Bored - Great, You're Half Way to Being Creative! by Pamela Evans

We live in interesting times. Children are often over-scheduled in the best of times and now with schools closed, children of all ages have had dramatic changes to their schedules. This may be a time for your family to make some changes. It is definitely a time for creativity to thrive!

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