Your Voice

When I am with my students, I love to sing, dance, and play with them.  We tell stories.  We paint with bright colors and big, sweeping brush strokes.  We read books, recite rhymes, blow bubbles, jump, hop, twirl, fall down, roll, and stretch.  And then we begin again, with new materials and invitations to play. Revisit the fun activities because repetition is important.

Similar to the shampoo directions: wet, lather, rinse, repeat.

Children learn through play.

Play is the Work of the Child.

Neil Gaiman’s inspiration to use Your Voice applies now in Education more than ever..

Be the voice of experience and professionalism.

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