Children sit with their teacher at a table. On the table is a papier mache volcano. One child stands, hand raised over the volcano.

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May 2, 2022

Conscious Discipline is journey and filled with many ‘oops’ moments. The goal is to continue on the path no matter how many curves may come our way.

A row of children hold hands outside.

April 1, 2022

As I travel throughout Indian River County visiting childcare facilities, I am not surprised to find that no matter how large or small, there is always an area for outdoor play.

Preschool: Play to Learn; K-3rd Grade: Learn to Read; 4th Grade+: Read to Learn

March 1, 2022

The children you teach have a large variety of developmental needs which, if met, will help them grow into their full potential.

An illustration of a young girl biting the arm of a young boy.

February 1, 2022

Let’s practice seeing children’s behavior as a cry for help. Remember, when we see the best in others we bring out the best in ourselves.

A teacher sits with three children at a table. The children play with blocks.

January 3, 2022

Respect. That is a word I would have not have thought of when defining the meaning of developmentally appropriate practices (DAP).

The Mood Meter can help all of us identify and name what we are feeling

December 1, 2021

Did you know that 50% of children under the age of 5 have spent half of their life with no social opportunities? And yet we expect them to go to school and succeed.

A teacher sits with three preschoolers at a table. On the table are colorful toys.

November 1, 2021

As adults we are often reminded how important it is for us to welcome gratitude into our hearts. Gratitude enables us to re-define how we view our lives

A teacher sits at a table with preschool students.

October 1, 2021

How do we react to children’s struggles? Do we punish or do we see as an opportunity teach missing skills? Are you willing to see them through a different lens?

An illustration of the brain.

September 1, 2021

We know that all behavior is a form of communication and it is up to us to teach our children the necessary skills to successfully communicate their needs.