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Using Attention Restoration Theory to Provide Rich Summertime Learning

By Molly Breen Early childhood programs around the country are faced with a nearly constant deluge of ever-changing guidance for best practices in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Even as I write this, our program is uncertain if we will … Continue reading

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Using Nature to Teach Character Across the Curriculum

By Barbara A. Lewis, author of The Teen Guide to Global Action: How to Connect with Others (Near & Far) to Create Social Change Have you ever looked at the clouds and imagined seeing a horse or a pig? And have … Continue reading

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Building Character in Kids with Nature’s Lessons

By Barbara A. Lewis, author of Building Character with True Stories from Nature. This post was originally published July 25, 2013. Weldon lost his homework somewhere between the front door of the school and the school bus. He regularly lost … Continue reading

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Building Character with Nature’s Lessons

by Barbara A. Lewis, author of Building Character with True Stories from Nature and The Kid’s Guide to Service Projects Weldon lost his homework somewhere between the front door of the school and the school bus. He regularly lost it—dropping … Continue reading

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