“What Do You See In The Sea" uses multimodal learning and multisensory integration to help support all learners. Here is a sample script you can use in your lesson planning and classrooms.Read More
Here are the top 15 water-themed activities for early childhood education classrooms! We love this list of engaging ways to explore water, water habitats and water animals through music, yoga and mindfulness - perfect for your Water Unit.Read More
Children have the best ideas! Sometimes the role of the teacher or parent is to provide some scaffolding so a child can get to work putting in place a more elaborate structure.
“If I Could Be Any Animal In The Jungle” (or the less wordy, “If I Could Be…”) is a great example of how to encourage creativity and say YES.Read More
Kids and grownups that enjoy city-living often spend most of their day in crowded, loud and overstimulating environments. Just try a rush-hour commute on the subway or visit a school cafeteria at lunch time and notice what happens to your nervous system. Read on to learn our top three methods for transitioning to relaxation.Read More
What is it about water that makes us feel calm? Since ancient times, people have associated water with healing and transformation. Watching it ripple and move, listening to the sounds of the ocean or a running river, or submerging our bodies in water can create peace of mind, body and spirit.
"I need the sea because it teaches me" - Pablo Neruda
One of yoga's most common breathing tools, Ocean Breathing (also known as Ujjayi or Victorious Breath) combines deep breathing with the sound of the ocean to create calm, focus, clarity and overall well-being.Read More