In each of these conversations I will reference a book that has inspired us, either a children’s book, a teacher guide or a parenting book.
Then I will tell you how we use that resource at RCNS to encourage children to play and learn and to reach their highest potential in all areas of the classroom. Social and emotional skills are our number one priority. Research reminds us again and again, the value and the need to help children become independent thinkers with good self awareness and social empathy.
Look for pictures of art projects inspired by these books, once school resumes in September!
I hope you will join us each Monday for a new conversation!
RCNS: Where Play Becomes Learningby