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We have an I.D.E.A.

Started Jun 23, 2010 0 Replies

We've been sharing The I.D.E.A. Room for the better part of a week now (5 days) and many people have shown their support of our proposal. So, we're wondering if you, the EduPLN would take the time to…Continue

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"I believe playful learning engages and motivates children in a most appropriate way by letting them enjoy in a playful environment.  It enhances social developmental outcomes and life-long learning for the kids and hence prepares them for…"
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Jennifer Krill commented on Brian C. Smith's group Playful Learning
"Play encourages trail and error and is a safe environment for cause and effect.  Chances are when you are learning something new you will seek out opportunities to "play" with the new information, new skill, new concept in some way or…"
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Blend Learning and Play for Your Kids This Summer

School is over, that means no more bedtimes, lunch boxes, studying or homework. Undoubtedly every kid looks forward to the much awaited summer break, but how do we, as parents slip in a little productivity along with their playtime? Read on to find out.How about some family game nights?Picking games that require kids to use strategy and think ahead, guarantees a learning experience along with the fun. Scrabble Jr., Lakeshore Learning’s Read Around the House, Treasure Hunt Games or Monopoly Jr.…See More
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