Young Minds in Bloom

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Spring is in full swing in our Outdoor Classroom. Here are updates from their blog:

She comes in like a lion, and hopefully goes out like a lamb. Welcome to March! March has one foot in winter, one foot in spring. What will it be? Spring manages to bring out the artists in our children, as you can see!

“Creativity and imagination are the keys to producing life-long learners,” according to Robert and Michelle Root-Bernstein, Sparks of Genius. Art allows the children to imagine what ...

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Physical Education Enhances Cognition

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Our Athletic Director and P.E. Teacher, Angela Warren, wrote an amazing post on her blog on how physical education affects academic achievement. Read her post below:

The Effects of Enhanced Physical Education on Academic Achievement

Schools around the country are reducing the amount of time devoted to PE. It is the predominate feeling among some administrators that physical education reduces the instruction time in core academic subjects. These administrators fail to see the connection between physical education and classroom learning. This month I decided ...

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We love to PLAY!

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Playing outside with friends is integral to every child’s development. It improves cognition, encourages mental and physical development, reduces stress, reinforces social bonds, enhances creativity and confidence … and of course, it’s just plain fun. The best memories from childhood are usually the ones involving interactive play with others in the great outdoors.

Richard Louv in his landmark book Last Child in the Woods discusses the fundamental need ...

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