Hammers Don’t Belong in Education

Now that the school year is winding down, it is an optimal time for reflection. Are you an educator or perhaps a parent or grandparent who just earned the new title of teacher? It doesn’t have to feel as if you are hammering concepts or that you must nail your children’s pants to the chair!Continue reading “Hammers Don’t Belong in Education”

Child’s Play 101

Welcome to playtime, my friend! Children can learn a lot from play, in this case from blocks. Among the lessons could be balance, structure, aesthetics, perseverance, and emotions. Let’s build a block tower. In order to achieve balance, the blocks must have sufficient surface contact to allow for subsequently stacked blocks. Placement of blocks isContinue reading “Child’s Play 101”