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The Importance of “Playing Pretend” in Bilingual Development

All of us remember engaging in “pretend” or “make believe” play as children. Whether playing house, pretending to run a store, pretending to be a teacher, or pretending to drive a car, children naturally enjoy modeling the behavior of adults...

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Learning Spaces for Our Youngest Students

The experiences and environment of young learners lay the foundation for all future learning, directly informing a child’s view of themselves as a learner and their perceptions of others and the world around them.

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Why Play is Your Preschooler's Most Important Job

Play is essential for young children’s cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development; exploration and discovery in play develops the ability to take healthy risks, build and test theories, and construct meaning. Physical play develops...

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The Power of Play

At ISTP, we continuously train our recess and extended care staff to ameliorate the quality of our students’ lives outside of classrooms, and giving them the opportunity to play and have fun in a safe and positive playground.

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