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The Importance of “Playing Pretend”

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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PreK Transforms Classroom into L’expo Idéale with Hervé Tullet

Last spring, Emeline Desposte’s PreK class transformed their classroom into an art gallery, inspired by the colorful, exuberant, and interactive work of artist Hervé Tullet.

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6 Insights into Raising a Bilingual Child: The Early Years

As our world becomes more and more interconnected and globalized, many parents have come to recognize how important being bilingual or multilingual will be for their child’s future. As such, a bilingual education at ISTP is an incredible gift for...

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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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Developmental Milestones in the Early Years

One of the most common concerns of parents of preschool-aged children is whether their child is on track developmentally. Parents naturally want to know how their child is doing at school, and wonder how their child compares to their peers in...

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What is Developmentally Appropriate?

This past month, ISTP hosted a training by the Gesell Institute (http://www.gesellinstitute.org). A large portion of the training focused on an overview of developmental ages and stages, which was a wonderful reminder and confirmation that ISTP...

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