“For children who are at risk, the gap between their performance and the performance of children who are not at risk begins to appear as early as 18 months of age on standardized tests.”

  -Dr. Jack P. Shonkoff

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Six Educational Games for Preschoolers

Early learning, including head start programs and other educational initiatives, has a dramatic impact on a child's overall cognitive development. One of the primary ways this learning takes place is through play. That's why it's our mission to provide caregivers with...

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The Power of Playing

Today on our Facebook page (feel free to “like” us!) we linked to article from NAEYC For Families titled “How to Support Children’s Approaches to Learning? Play with Them!” by Gaye Gronlund.
What caught our attention …

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WHY DO THEY ACT THAT WAY?

On Thursday, June 4, The Spartanburg Community Indicators Project is inviting anyone who has ever wondered, “Why do that act that way?!” about their child(ren) or students to a special …

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