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Navigating the Playground – 7 Things Parents Need to Know About Schoolyard Conflict

When it comes to social-emotional development, the schoolyard can be just as educational as the classroom. Recess helps kids learn how to make friends, take turns, resolve conflicts, and much more. However, parents sometimes have concerns about...

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Visible Thinking: Fostering Inquiry in Early Years

This is the question posed by Project Zero, an extension of the Harvard Graduate School of Education. With much research, Project Zero developed a framework to teach students how to channel their curiosity, think deeply, and find meaning in their...

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Top 10 Picture Books for Kids

Kate Lussen, Assistant Head at the International School of the Peninsula, and mom to two young daughters, shares a list of her top 10 picture books for kids. These books can serve as great holiday gifts, or great anytime gifts!

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Top 5 Educational Toys to Buy Your Young Child

 

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5 Tips to Develop a Child's Curiosity and Analytical Skills

 

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It's Your Child's First Day at ISTP! Ten Tips for a Great Start to Preschool

The first day of school can be a challenging day for both you and your child. Below are a few tips to help your child get ready for the first day of school, and to help your family adjust to the routine of school at ISTP.

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Year of the Rooster Performances Showcase Students’ Cultural Literacy

School performances are always a highlight for parents, and they give students a chance to gain confidence as they take a turn in the spotlight. ISTP’s Chinese New Year Performances are even more special, because they allow students to share...

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Guest Blogger Ying Liang: Taking A Deeper Look Into The Nursery Cooking Activities

Cooking is fun, children can learn so much from cooking activities such as developing their fine motor skills, learning the language from the recipe, inquiring math and science concepts by using the measuring tools, and getting a sensory...

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Guest Blogger Annie Madigan: Inquiring Into the Ways We are Balanced

Last week, Pre-K English was asked, “What makes you balanced?” The students, with a confused look, asked, “What is balanced?” They shared a few ideas such as yoga, skiing and hopping. The class stood up and practiced several poses to show...

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Welcome to ISTP's New 2016–2017 Faculty and Staff!

We are very excited to introduce the new teachers and administrators who will be joining ISTP’s faculty/staff for the 2016–2017 school year!

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