The Importance of Imaginative Play

Scholastic Article This article is very interesting and confirms the many assertions of the importance of imaginative play in the development of children. I can't express how many hours me friends and I spent pretending we were someone else and somewhere else. We would put on dress ups, build forts, talk in accents, etc. Imaginative … Continue reading The Importance of Imaginative Play

Talking Toddler

I apologize for not posting for such a long time. I simply got tied up with beginning of the quarter schoolwork. Now I am on track and ready to be a more dedicated blogger.   I spent the weekend with my family and had the chance to spend some quality time with my cousin's two-year-old. … Continue reading Talking Toddler

Understanding Shakespeare

I was very intrigued when my high school English teacher challenged me with developing a media project to help children learn and really appreciate Shakespeare. I thought about this a lot, not just because I love Shakespeare, but also because I look for ways to better educate children.   In my reading, I often find … Continue reading Understanding Shakespeare

Child at Heart

I have always been and always will be a true child at heart. I have a couple different projects I am embarking on to continue exploring the wonderful world of children. It is so vast and I look forward to finding out everything I can.   Keep a look out for special projects, ideas, and … Continue reading Child at Heart