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If you are using logic games in the educational setting or to support virtual learning, way to go! They are a great way to engage students in a fun activity that has some tangible benefits.

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April 08, 2021
Sara E. Trim

Living in the right here, right now: How to have adventures as a family

Learning Through Play

About five years ago, my husband and I decided it was time to move out of our beloved subdivision with paved roads, sprinkler systems and neighbors close by in search of more wide-open spaces for our four boys to roam.

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April 06, 2021
Todd Michaels

Get outside! Teach kids about the environment with these simple backyard activities

Learning Through Play

We love the fresh air, sunshine and other benefits of nature, but we know it is a fragile system. And a big challenge? Finding ways to pass eco-awareness on to children.  

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March 25, 2021
Scott Phillips

Teacher to Teacher: Simple ways to (re)-ignite your purpose

Learning at Home

This past year in education has been one of the toughest I’ve had to endure while teaching 7th grade math. The countless zoom sessions, school mask mandate discussions, and the weight of the pandemic took its toll. Both personally and professionally, I am constantly thinking about my purpose – pandemic or no. These things have allowed me to reexamine my purpose as a teacher and given me motivation to finish the school year strong. I hope it does the same for you.   

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March 18, 2021
Allison Duggan

Screen Time vs. Green Time: How to get your kids off devices and into the outdoors

Learning Through Play

Have you ever heard of Nature Deficit Disorder? It’s a recent term that, in a nutshell, means we spend too much time indoors and too little time in, well, nature!

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March 11, 2021
Debbie Bourgois

Help your children develop creative thinking and storytelling skills with these 6 tips

Learning at Home, Learning Through Play

If your child is having trouble with writing while in school, there are a number of ways to help at home through storytelling.

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February 25, 2021
Kelly Drake

Bringing Simplicity Back to Childhood

Learning at Home

I have fond memories of my days as a carefree kid. I recall playing tag with neighborhood friends, riding bikes up and down the sidewalks, and evenings of hide-and-seek, where I would always roll under the big pine tree that separated our house from our neighbor, Mrs. Eastman. Eventually, my brother and our friends caught on to my prime location and it no longer secured my champion position, but I still remember it fondly. 

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