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February 21, 2017

11 Reasons to Take the Kids Outside

When the kids are sad or too loud or when fights break out, taking the kids outside seems to fix everything, especially if running water, sand or soil is involved.

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Authored by: Julia Luckenbill
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For Families

Find research-based resources, tips and ideas for families—from child development to reading, writing, music, math, and more!
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Diverse group of kids
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February 1, 2018

My Son's Realization That He's "Brown"

Between 3 and 4 years old, my son realized that he was "brown." This story recounts the way I helped him feel special for having unique characteristics - brown skin and black eyes.

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Authored by: Kim Doan
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Girl smiling in middle of class
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Teaching Young Children
February 1, 2018

10x: Building a Classroom Community

Here are some tips for turning the classroom into a collaborative community of learners.

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Authored by: Shalek Chappill-Nichols
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Girl hugging father in classroom
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Teaching Young Children
February 1, 2018

Being a Helper: Supporting Children to Feel Safe and Secure after Disasters

Disasters can be defined as unexpected, disturbing, and stress-inducing events. They may be natural, like hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes, or the result of human intervention, like mass shootings.

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Authored by: ​Laura J. Colker
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Four professional adults
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Teaching Young Children
February 1, 2018

Message from Rhian

We know our members are our strongest advocates, and we are here to help you make your voice heard. NAEYC has several ways for you to get involved.

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Authored by: Rhian Evans Allvin
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Young Professional Advisory Council at NAEYC Annual Conference 2017
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January 31, 2018

The NAEYC Annual Conference: Power to Young Professionals

NAEYC is working hard to advance early childhood education as a more diverse and dynamic profession. Here are some ways you can get involved to help us increase diverse, young professional voices in ECE!

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Authored by: Rachel J. Franz, Ross Glen Chandler Nunamaker
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