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Worth Sharing – June 4, 2020 Edition

PJ Library: Resources for Talking with Children about Race Social Justice Resources Talking About Race with Children- Resources Are You happy or sad? How wearing face masks can impact children’s ability to read emotions

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Worth Sharing – May 21, 2020 Edition

Our friends at Wolf Trap National, the official partner to the National Park Service – have developed a robust online resource specifically for early childhood educators, administrators, parents, caregivers, and arts education enthusiasts to share some of the techniques and strategies developed at Wolf Trap. Please enjoy these free resources! The Paradigm Project released some …

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Worth Sharing – May 7, 2020 Edition

We are inspired by the practical application of relational engagement illustrated in this ejewishphilanthrophy article featuring the work of GatherDC.  Keep up the personal and individualized outreach to families during this period – it cannot be understated.  Take a few minutes to read and share with others.  Just a reminder…  There are …

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Worth Sharing – April 30, 2020 Edition

We want to remind you to let parents know: If All You Do Right Now Is Read to Your Child, You’re Doing Enough. There are a lot of free webinars and printable resources around COVID-19, including specific topics like emotional regulation, that are helpful for parents and educators. We recommend the …

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