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5 tips for parents of new kindergartners who are younger than their classmates

Tyler Morning Telegraph 30 Jun 2022
Evidence shows that children who are relatively young for their kindergarten class – those who are only a few weeks or months older than the cutoff rules require – are at increased risk for doing worse in school, being held back a grade, and having lower social-emotional skills ... Learning opportunities.
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Elmo talks about getting COVID vaccine; Ted Cruz has a problem with that

Sandhills Express 30 Jun 2022
COVID vaccinations begin for children under 5 ... “I learned that Elmo getting vaccinated is the best way to keep himself, our friends, our neighbors and everyone else healthy and enjoying the things they love,” Louie said ... “You then have @elmo aggressively advocate for vaccinating children UNDER 5.
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Children as young as five identify with political symbols in North — study

The Irish Times 30 Jun 2022
Children as young as five identify with political symbols such as flags and painted kerbs in the North, according to an international study ... Children as young as five identify with political symbols such as flags and painted kerbs in the North, according to an international study ... “We wanted to learn at what age do children know that.
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First national guidelines established for integrated student support programs in K-12 schools

Phys Dot Org 30 Jun 2022
The first national guidelines to help K-12 schools create successful, cost-effective approaches to deliver integrated student supports that address both in- and out-of-school barriers to learning—from hunger, to mental health, to basic needs—have been released by a national working group convened by Boston College.
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Centereach man sentenced for fatal stabbing of his wife, DA says

Newsday 30 Jun 2022
Molinari and his wife were on vacation at Disney World in Florida with their children, aged 4, 12, 14 and 17, when he learned that she was having an affair, according to court documents and Molinari’s own statements to investigators.
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Bill Woolsey, a Hawaiian and IU's first NCAA swim champion, dies at 87

South Bend Tribune 30 Jun 2022
He was 87 ... More ... 'This is just the beginning.' ... He became a learn-to-swim advocate and was dismayed when he found so many Hawaiian children did not know how to swim ... Woolsey’s 10-lesson, Ho’au learn-to-swim method — Ho’au means “forward (in the) water” in Hawaiian — taught children in Hawaii and California ... ....
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Dr David Coleman: There are more important things for kids to catch up on than just academic learning this summer

Irish Independent 29 Jun 2022
Rather than highlighting a need for “catch-up” learning by children, it suggested that children do need more time and more flexibility within the curriculum, but that this time was needed for children to be able to reflect and express their feelings about the ...
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The joy of gardening with preschoolers

Lehigh Acres Citizen 29 Jun 2022
Knowing that a garden needs our daily attention, our children are learning early on that success will only come from care, responsibility, and knowledge ... Our school-age children are learning some basic business skills from our garden as well.
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Learning al fresco: How one NI school turned the teaching day inside out to encourage children to play in the open-air

Belfast Telegraph 29 Jun 2022
We started with just grass and tarmac and a small area of trees, what the children liked to call the forest.”. There are many benefits of outdoor playing for children ... There are many benefits of outdoor playing for children ... “Having excited, happy children helps learning all round and we’re delighted at the difference it has made to our school.”.
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Central Pa. reading program gives kids a chance to read to furry friends

Penn Live 29 Jun 2022
Learning to read can be difficult at a young age ... This is just one of 100 locations the organization visits throughout the week in central Pennsylvania, bringing joy to children while they learn how to read ... Animals are considered to be welcoming and attentive listeners with their presence in the room allowing children comfort when reading aloud.
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American Childhood As We Knew It Is Over

New York Observer 29 Jun 2022
In the same vein, parents with diametrically opposed perspectives on school closures agreed that, whether due to being deprived of in-person learning or required to return to school, children were being thrown under the bus ... effects of locking children out of play and learning.
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Director Rob Britt retires after 36 years with Blount County Schools

The Maryville Daily Times 29 Jun 2022
“We now have a program for K-1-2 behavior, children that are just so out of control that they completely impede and become a barrier to learning for all children,” Britt said, describing a classroom at Porter Elementary where the youngest students learn behavioral norms so they can succeed in a regular classroom.
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Children’s Bureau offers virtual orientations on foster parenting

The Signal 29 Jun 2022
To learn about foster care, Children’s Bureau, a nonprofit leader in protecting vulnerable children, is hosting a live Zoom orientation from 4 to 5 p.m. July 21 featuring a Children’s Bureau team member and foster parent ... Older children are also in need of families.
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Elmo is now vaccinated for Covid-19

Egypt Independent 29 Jun 2022
“We hope that Louie and Elmo will inspire parents and caregivers across the country to speak with their healthcare providers and seek out information to learn about how the COVID-19 vaccines can keep young children and their families healthy,” Betancourt said via email.
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Sawyer Free launches summer programming

Gloucester Times 29 Jun 2022
We hope all children and families make the Sawyer Free Library a regular stop this summer.” ... Highlights of programming for children include (with all details at sawyerfreelibrary.org). ... ● Dirty your hands on select Thursday mornings with Backyard Growers while learning about gardening and planting in the Children’s Library garden.

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