Creativity is a cornerstone of unconventional thinking. Tap into children’s natural curiosity and scaffold their creative abilities across all domains of learning—and nurture your own creativity!
Math, Language and Literacy, Science, Social Studies, and Creative Arts
Awaken children’s appreciation of nature
Filled with practical strategies and engaging learning experiences around art, music and movement, and dramatic play for preschoolers. Developed by the editors of Teaching Young Children.
Describes play workshop experiences that give educators a deeper understanding of play-based learning as part of DAP and illustrate the power of play to change professional and personal lives.
Using found, bought, or upcycled materials in play
Enrich interdisciplinary skills through creativity
These Young Children articles emphasize the importance of play from infancy through the primary grades and provide suggestions for supporting and scaffolding play and connecting it to learning.
How active play improves children’s development
Discover why playing is school readiness
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