Throwing a “simple” birthday party can be daunting. Here, Jocelyn Greene shares tips on creative ways to re-think parties to make them as unique as the birthday kid. With ideas for inventive mash-ups and a fun questionnaire, you’ll get to the heart of what your child loves most.
A superb new resource for parents and educators to help kids recognize emotions and express their feelings
Playful techniques can help classroom teachers to harness the enthusiasm and get their students to focus and transition.
The new book AfterMath from Emily Barth Isler is a celebration of friendship and resilience. It is also a powerful way to connect with kids about loss and change.
Student engagement and joyful learning are centerstage when you play “I Have A Gift For You” in the classroom.
Modern Doll Studio is a small Brooklyn business that makes heirloom quality dolls for kids to treasure!
Get practical tips on how to start up as a child actor from an entertainment industry pro.
A series of conversations between early educators to support online teaching and learning in the Fall of 2020.
Help kids get moving in socially distant playdates, or just in your living room, with games from Coach Johnson! He shares his wisdom as a public school PE teacher on how to make inspiring physical games meaningful and child-led. Get bonding time and a workout (dance party!) too.
Learn simple tips for building “kindness routines” as a family. Get inspired by teen activists who are making empathy part of their life-mission.
Resources and tips for thinking about summer 2020 – empowering kids to find a passion, be independent and stay social.
Screen time can be interactive with this new show from Child’s Play in Action. Jack and the Beanstalk come to life with theater games kids can play at home!
An interview with owner of a beloved Brooklyn cocktail bar, Elsa, makes me love small business owners even more. Here’s how to get a to-go cocktail and support local during a pandemic.
Throwing a party for your kid during COVID-19? Check out these ways to empower the birthday kid, play interactive games, and make lemonade out of the lemons!
Fun ways to “play school” for kids stuck at home! Empathy and cognition boosting games.
Watch this perfect parody for Coronavirus Times: “Part of Your World: A Teacher in Quarantine.” Get inspired to make art and grateful to our kids’ classroom teachers!
Kids stay connected, and teachers bring the joy, during online classes. Even during a pandemic, we find solidarity and keep making theater together!
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