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Games Are Learning Tools for Babies

by Tania Cowling
Dr. Jean Piaget, upon whose theories built Early Childhood Education, said that young children are explorers and it is the job of the adults around them to provide the experiences and materials to stimulate their development. Piaget saw the tremendous importance of play. When we give a child the opportunity to play,

Teen’s Perspective on Earth Day

by Sam P.
It may just be me, but it seems as though many teenagers do not care about the environment as much as they should.  I often see kids lazily tossing bottles on the ground, while they're just a few yards from a trash can, or throwing away an entire lunch at school.  I, personally, love our Earth and if we want

Earth Day Swap Meet for Tweens

by Ronald A. Rowe
It can be tough to get Middle Schoolers excited about anything other than pop stars and video games.  Tweens are bombarded with so many options that are forcing them to focus on anything other than that which is required for school and that which seems like fun can be a real challenge.  With Earth Day fast approaching, here are

Earth Day Activities for Elementary Ages

by Ronald A. Rowe
“Treat the Earth well; it was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children.  We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our children.”  21st Century American children would do well to learn and heed the wisdom of that ancient Kenyan proverb.  Any time is a good