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My children face to face with autism

My son is now 21, he does a lot of things that we could not even imagine when he was little. We are very lucky. He takes public transport independently and can stay home alone for short periods.

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Why having a calm down corner in your class is a must

By Nathalie Lizé As early childhood professionals, we understand the importance of providing the groups we care for, a place to retreat when needed. However, we cannot speak of calming down and giving kids a place to relax without understanding what is really going on...

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Aging as a Early Childhood educator

By Nathalie Lizé This whole adventure began for me in June 1990. Finally, after 3 years of hard work in School, I was graduating from education in childcare services (now called early childhood éducation program). With my pride and my diploma I got my first job as a...

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Support for children with challenges

By Catherine Gélinas As an educator, we want the children in our daycare to be happy, to develop positively and to be able to receive all the necessary tools to continue their journey. Over time, we welcome several children with their personality as well as their...

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My team, my invisible strength

By Nathalie Lizé To find the best way to start this text, I searched a long time. I wrote down words, sentences and then erased everything. How to explain in well-chosen terms the bond between the persons working in a childcare center. How to explain how persevering,...

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How to facilitate the educator-parent relationship

Today I'm going to talk to you about the educator-parent relationship. You know this relationship which is complex with some and which flows on its own with others. This relationship  so important for the well-being of everyone but above all, for the balance of these...

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Loose Parts Play

Loose Parts Play

A Reggio inspired approach This Reggio inspired approach to play uses loose parts to spark curiosity, inspire creativity, and insight ingenuity. Loose parts encourage open-ended play, children are free to move, manipulate, take apart, put together, re-shape and...

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What Is Inclusive Childcare?

An inclusive program should 'look' and 'feel' the same as any other. It is a safe space, one where providers recognize and respect every child as an individual with capabilities as unique as they are. Where every child in your care, those with or without disabilities...

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The versatile walking rope

Each section & strap is removable Whist strap / handle (2 in 1) Belt strap available for younger kids & special needs children Each section is a pocket Proper distance between each child Durable Convenient and safe Colorful and playful Our sectional walking rope has...

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Outdoor Play!

March 20th marked the first official day of spring for 2017 and with that comes the onset of warmer temperatures creating even more opportunity to take play outside! Spending time outdoors engaging in play has its advantages like improved social skills, children learn...

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