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Food for Thought: How to Bring Social-Emotional Learning to Snack Time in Your Early Childhood Classroom
By Molly Breen Sharing food and conversation go hand in hand: As humans we are, in some ways, hardwired to do these things together. In hunter-gatherer clans, extended families and communities would assemble to share food and, presumably, conversation as … Continue reading →