momatalks: The Life Cycle of a Drop of Water. A creative pop-up book/video/collage/science collaboration! Wouldn’t it be great if learning was always this much fun?
Researchers from the University of Michigan found that just being awake and in...– New research on Sesame Street and child development. David Foster Wallace had something to say about that. (via explore-blog)
A British Children’s song that I can’t...
MAKE | A Curriculum of Toys →
eventually everything connects– Charles Eames (via lizettegreco)
Home | Brian Sutton-Smith Library and Archives of... →
The Lights Project: Implementation of the Project... →
The Art Story: Modern Art Movements, Artists,... →
All about Modern Art.
Eight Habits of Mind →
Temporary Tattoo Sheets : To make children's... →
Education at the Rubin | look deeply | think... →
a website to go back to and look around.
the architecture of early childhood →
The Institute For Figuring // About →
passion, industry, and flow.
I just read about art with children as something that should have passion and industry. I love those words when thinking about young children’s work. Merril has been talking about flow, and that word appeals to me as well.
HGSE News: Learning in the Arts--An Interview with... →
FrameBomb.com– Stick bomb - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mrs. P's magic library →
"Make something you care about."
lizettegreco: Roberto Greco Best advice ever for our children (and a reminder to me). More good advice.
comics project: recognizing a strong interest -... →
PLAY AGAIN | Home →
William Ury: The walk from "no" to "yes" | Video... →
“When you’re angry, you’ll make the best speech you’ll every regret.”
Brain Pickings →
Pop-Up Play Shop →
Tattly™ Designy Temporary Tattoos — Welcome →
Adie Loves Polly →