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Series of “Just Move” stamps licked

cannonball6 193x300 Series of “Just Move” stamps licked It was recently announced that the US Postal Service would destroy an entire press run of a stamp series aimed at getting children to be more active.

According to Linn’s Stamp News

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Playgrounds are for learning

It is no secret playgrounds are great spots for families and children to play. Everyone knows kids like to climb and run. But because children also like to explore, imagine and create, …

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October is National Sensory Awareness Month

sensory processing do you know me 300x233 October is National Sensory Awareness MonthOctober is National Sensory Awareness Month – a time to celebrate our senses and raise awareness of sensory processing disorder.

According to the Sensory Processing Foundation, “sensory processing “ refers to …

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Inclusive playground spotlight: Sycolin Creek

School and Aeroglider 290x297 Inclusive playground spotlight: Sycolin Creek

When teachers say, “It’s time for recess!” entire classrooms of school children race to the playground. They play for approximately 20 minutes then line up again to head back to the classroom.…

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September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

Since the mid-1970s, obesity rates among American children have tripled. However, recent research reports indicate that we may have turned the corner. The obesity rate for low-income preschool-age children declined between

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Making the case for recess

It is that time of year again. Children across the country are headed back to the classroom for another year of school. For many kids their day at school will include reading, …

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Write to Play contest

In May, Playworld Systems launched its Write to Play contest, marking the first time the company offered people the chance to win something through social media. Contest prizes included commercial playgrounds targeted …

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Research Shows Strong Support Networks Decrease Chance of Bullying Among Children with Autism

In 2012 a study on bullying by the Interactive Autism Network at Kennedy Kreiger Institute showed alarming results. The study, the largest look ever at autism and bullying, found that children on …

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