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Melissa Harlan 4h
Thank you 2nd & 3rd grade for the live 3D science learning of chicks’ life cycle 4s took a trip to visit & classrooms this week (hatching 🐣 & toddler 🐥)
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Vroom 7h
: After changing your child, lift them up and give them a chance to look around. Talk about what you both see. Moving in space will catch your child’s attention and interest as you give them time to take in different views of the world.
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Big Steps Campaign Apr 4
“We will guarantee universal access to preschool or kindergarten to every 3yo & 4yo in Australia. 15hrs a week. 40 weeks a year. 2yrs of preschool is global best practice & it’s only just good enough for our kids” -
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Vroom 13h
Try this in the kitchen or grocery store with your child to talk about temperature. Conversations about everyday activities help your child build language skills and learn more about the world around them.
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Jeretha McKinley 10h
Replying to @NicoleClarkLMSW
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Ms. Hernandez 4h
Spring Fling fun 🐰💐🥕 Hoppy Easter!
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Kayibanda Ingabire Julian Apr 16
Loading ..... My uncensored thread on policies, strategies , implementors (why, when, who what ), poor collaboration, knowledge gaps that we don’t admit, the silenc! We almost have everything inside out and YET we wanna build our human capital on .
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Asheville Preschool Apr 10
When invests in young children, families, and educators, we all win! Check out what high–quality looks like in our community. This is why we need $5 billion more for and for all families who want it!
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Vroom 11h
: When reading with your child, involve them in the story. Have fun with your words and how you use your voice. This helps your child make connections between what they see in the book and what’s around them.
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Bezos Family Fdn 13h
Hear Dr. Larry Aber, science adviser to our program , share about his research on and in a recent interview with
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Educational Learning Apr 17
A BIG welcome to our new followers! We’ve been busy meeting you all recently at our stalls in the amazing and We have enjoyed chatting to parents & teachers and hearing how & where they use our products!
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Gail Borden Library 17h
Today's : Ask your little one to count the stairs in your house or somewhere you go today as you go up/down them.
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Cubeez 17h
Ready for Easter? A wonderful time to do some crafts with your kids!! Who wants to create a Easter Cubee? If you do... please share your artwork with us!!! 🐣👍
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Everyone Benefits Apr 2
fails to fix the problems with the Child Care Subsidy or provide long term certainty for preschool funding. No Early Years Strategy, nothing for quality improvement or workforce development.
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Julee Allen Apr 17
Replying to @SavetheChildren
That’s what we’re taking about at this week!
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Susan Magsamen Apr 2
Talking modern , the unrecognized value of child care and shaping young minds with on podcast . Listen:
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IREC Pre-K (Ms. P) Apr 9
Developing important visual discrimination, direction following, early numeracy, early literacy, and cognitive skills as we follow the picture cards to create a dozen coloured eggs! We love to learn through play in ⁩ ⁦⁩!
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mfspdxCyndi 12h
Encore Fellow Rod MacDow noted the impact of a site visit to Ready, Set, Go! made on him personally, stating “That first 30 seconds will never leave my heart.” Other noted incredible leadership, innovation, and desire to collaborate.
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No Small Matter Apr 17
A4: The US only spends 3% of it's federal funding on ; however, we know that when we invest in our little ones, we invest in our future. Businesses who support quality are also supporting a future workforce of successful leaders.
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Early Edge Apr 2
High-quality experiences in and grades K-2 are essential to helping close the achievement gap. Read more in this article: — it also highlights 's Early Learning department as a model in strong leadership.
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