Shawn Chambers, Author at Partnerships for Early Learners

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    Early Learning in the News: March 1, 2021

    Check out some of the latest news in the early learning industry! YouTube’s ‘supervised experiences’ help parents choose what content their kids can see Aimed to help parents with children who are too old for the Kids app but too young for complete access. – CLICK FOR FULL STORY Activities to Entertain Kids and Babies…

    Early Learning in the News: March 1, 2021

    Check out some of the latest news in the early learning industry! YouTube’s ‘supervised experiences’ help parents choose what content their kids can see Aimed to help parents with children who are too old for the Kids app but too young for complete access. – CLICK FOR FULL STORY Activities to Entertain Kids and Babies…

    Early Learning in the News: February 22, 2021

    Check out some of the latest news in the early learning industry!   How To Teach Kids To Be A ‘Helper’ Here’s some expert-backed advice for parents who want their children to be positive forces in their communities. – CLICK FOR FULL STORY Activities and conversation starters during the coronavirus pandemic Our Parents Helpline team…

    Early Learning in the News: February 15, 2021

    Check out some of the latest news in the early learning industry!   Keep Schools Open All Summer, And Other Bold Ideas To Help Kids Catch Up It’s been 11 months since schools first shut down across the country and around the world. And most students in the U.S. are still experiencing disruptions to their…

    Teaching Kids About Love on Valentine’s Day

    Regardless of age or relationship status, Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to teach children about love. Love comes in many shapes and sizes. It is a complicated topic that is hard enough for adults to understand. However, there are a few ideas about love that many can agree on. Those ideas give us an opportunity…

    Early Learning in the News: February 8, 2021

    Check out some of the latest news in the early learning industry! 4 Easy, Everyday Ways To Teach Your Kids About Representation How parents can help their children understand and appreciate diversity. – CLICK FOR FULL STORY Fun Valentine’s Day crafts for kids + #win Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to get crafty with…

    Early Learning in the News: February 1, 2021

    Check out some of the latest news in the early learning industry!   Edutopia: Students Excel When They Find Purpose—So How Do We Help Them? By connecting learning to the real world, students begin to see themselves as a catalyst for change within it. – CLICK FOR FULL STORY Washington Post: Seven ways to build…

    What Should you Share with Children About the Election Process

    Every four years, the winner of the United States presidential election is sworn into office on January 20. The date is commonly referred to as Inauguration Day and is landmark day in global politics. The winner of the past November’s presidential election takes the traditional oath of office which is written in to the U.S….

    How Can Families Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day?

    Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a federal holiday celebrated annually on the third Monday of January. In 2021, the holiday falls on January 20. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a day to remember one of the leading voices of racial justice and equality. It is a day “on”, not a day “off”.  A Baptist minister and…

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    New Year’s Resolutions for Parents and Children

    The whirlwind 2020 can finally be put in the rearview window. Here are some healthy habit-forming New Year’s resolutions for children and parents to start in 2021. New Year’s resolutions are not only for adults. Resolutions are a great example of goal setting that can help children develop healthy habits now that will serve them…