Daily Archives: March 14, 2017






Seed germination, in a nut shell, is when a seed begins the growing process.  This science activity is a fantastic one to do with young kids because it is simple, a relatively quick process, and easy to actually see. Check it out here!

Seed Germination For Kids






We often use loose material compositions in our classroom as a way for children to tell us what they know. We set out various materials, stones, gems, paper and sticks. Check it out here!

Insect Compositions





During pre-school and Kindergarten, the brain grows steadily, increasing from seventy percent to ninety percent of its eventual adult weight. In addition to gains in size, the brain undergoes considerable reshaping and refining. Among these modifications are profound changes in the frontal lobes-areas of the brain devoted to regulating thought […]

Brain Development In The Pre-K and K Years




Have you ever wondered why we get angry? According to psychologist Daniel Goleman, “emotions are, in essence, impulses to act, the instant plans for handling life that evolution has instilled in us.” Read the full article here.

The Anger Iceberg