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484.264.2916

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4777 Saucon Creek Road

Center Valley, PA 18034

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Monday to Friday

Author: Sarah Karess

Academic instruction children get in their preschool or elementary classroom is certainly important, but every parent and caregiver knows kids are constantly questioning and learning in every setting. And adults can encourage that natural curiosity by introducing activities and hobbies that build young people’s brains. If you’re looking for suggestions on how to help the kids in your life keep […]
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Taking our program, one step further…  Red Door Early Learning Center has earned its Private Academic School License. What does this mean for our school? All teachers must be highly qualified to work with our students. A teacher must have a minimum of a BS in Elementary and/or Early Childhood Education with a teaching certification. Our class sizes are small […]
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Last night I was watching some elementary school kids navigate an inflatable obstacle course. The line was long and the kids were over the moon about getting inside. What I observed was fascinating. The first time through, each child seemed a little hesitant, not knowing what awaited them inside the inflatable. As the child crawled into the entrance, the child […]
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Scholastic® recently asked 200 teachers, authors and children’s literature specialists to name their favorite picture books for kids. Here is that list: 1. Where the Wild Things Are, by Maurice Sendak It is “so compressed in its language and so exuberant in its pictures and so psychologically right,” says author Jane Yolen, herself nominated for Owl Moon. “I return to […]
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Jan Brett, Eric Carle, Maurice Sendak, Mo Willems, Ezra Jack Keats…great authors and illustrators of some of your favorite children’s picture books. Picture books afford us many opportunities for interaction, creativity, “detective” work and bonding. It gives adults the opportunity to be a little silly and to watch children joyfully react to it. Beyond the fun stuff in reading picture […]
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Picture this – a busy kindergarten classroom. During writing time, Lexie notices that the birds have become very active at the outside feeder. “Look,” she exclaims, “it’s lunchtime for the birds!” Mrs. Sterner, walking over to the window, says. “It seems like there’s so many more birds at the feeder than usual today. Why do you think that is, Lexi?” […]
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