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Child Development

The Real Reason Kids Fidget

Executive Function: Skills for Life and Learning

Why Peekaboo with Babies is a Serous Matter

Building Children's Brains

8 Things to Remember about Child Development

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Learning Through Play

Free Play is Essential

The Joyful Illiterate Kindergarteners of Finland

Inequality in the Play Gap

Scientific Benefits of Play

On Learning by Doing

How Play Wires Kid's Brains for Success

Joy, the Subject Schools Lack

The Decline of Play in Preschoolers and the Rise of Sensory Issues

Children Today are Suffering a Severe Deficit of Play

Inspiring Children's Imagination

 

Risk Taking & Importance of Learning to Fail

How to Help Kids Learn to Fail

Can A Playground be too Safe?

When We Stop Children Taking Risks Do We Stunt Their Emotional Growth

 

Importance of Outdoor Education

8 Science Backed Reasons for Letting Your Kids Play Outdoors

Gardening with Kids Affects Child's Brain, Body and Soul

Let Kids Run Wild in the Woods

Kids Dig Dirt

What is the Outdoor Classroom?

 

STEAM Education

School is not where most Americans learn most of their Science

STEM Education Must Start in Early Childhood

How to Save US Education

 

Maker Education

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Parenting

Case for Free Range Parenting

Raising Confident Kids

How to Raise Brilliant Children According to Science

10 Mindfulness Exercises to do With Your Kids

When a Child Thinks Life is Unfair, Use Game Theory

Growth Mindset

Parental Role in Children's Museums

 

Children's Museums & Other Learning Environments

Children's Museums and the Role of Play, Fred Rogers

About Children's Museums

Insights into Designing Playful Learning Spaces

Why We Need Children's Museums

Children's Museums: Purposes, Practices and Play?

Project Explore: How Children Are Really Learning in Children's Museums

The Case for Children's Museums