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The internet buzz is palpable around  Liza Fox’s beautiful article Meaningful Work for Toddlers over at The Parenting Passageway.

Parents are loving the beautiful musing and practical list of chores to do with children and asking, okay how do I get my child to do […]

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A rich  stock makes a delicious and nourishing base for soup.


Chicken, with meat on the bone, whole, half or parts, the bones or carcass from a roasted chicken bring very rich flavor, a whole chicken makes a large pot of a full flavored broth with plenty of tasty meat to eat Garlic with the […]

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Rhythm in the Early Years

On June 2, 2011 By


                                                                                           Photograph by Sheila Jennings

The child is very much […]

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The Nature Table

On March 7, 2011 By

Here’s a peek at Nature Tables from all around. Send us a photo of yours and we’ll post it here with a link back to your site.



This festive table for February is from homeschooler Jamie Bennett…



This is from Marianne Frost’s […]

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Puppetry Column with Suzanne Down A Story Poem for Spring


Each month through the year, Suzanne will share with us an idea for puppet story.

I believe in story and puppetry for children that opens the heart and soul, and brings, through the listening and looking, a picture of the possibilities of goodness […]

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Welcome to Margaret’s Garden

On February 26, 2011 By

Each month, we will bring you a picture of an early childhood program. With our debut issue, I am delighted to bring you a picture of Margaret’s Garden, tended by devoted caretaker, Danielle Epifani.  Danielle works with children from 18 months to 9 years of age and has been doing this work for […]

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