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Teaching Young Children
October 1, 2016

The Rotten Truth—Discovering Decay!

An important part of the pumpkin story is often not explored in classrooms—what happens to pumpkins when they decompose, and why is decay important?

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Authored by: Bonnie Blagojevic, Victoria Grotton, Suzen Polk-Hoffses, Karen Thomes
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Girl looking at her shadow
Blog
January 18, 2017

What is a Shadow?

What is a Shadow? Denise Nelson and her class of preschoolers in Worcester, MA tried to answer that question over the course of a three-week exploration—both indoors and out

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Authored by: Denise Nelson
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A small group of children conducts an experiment
Article
Young Children
March 1, 2017

STEM Resources and Materials for Engaging Learning Experiences

The STEM experiences teachers provide for young children can involve a variety of learning materials, including children’s literature, consumables and manipulatives, and web-based resources.

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Authored by: Bree Laverdiere Ruzzi, Angela Eckhoff
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YC July 2015 Issue
Issue
Young Children
Vol. 70, No. 3
July 1, 2015

July 2015

Social Studies: From a Sense of Self to a Sense of the World
YC July 2015 Issue
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