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Multi-Age Grouped Classrooms – Good or Bad?

The research is mixed when looking at a mixed age grouping of preschool children. Both benefits and risks exist. Older children learn nurturing and leadership skills. They also resist age-discrimination behaviors. Younger children advance in communication, language, and inspiration to greater cognitive and motor skills.
With similar aged peers, children tend to remain very focused…

Sabbatical over!

Preschool Classroom play

After taking a year off to direct a large Christian early education center, practical and useful information to share with my readers is once again flowing. CEES is back in operation with new insights on helping children to grow into spiritual beings who love their Lord. New curricula is in development and will be uploaded in the near future. We are looking forward to serving those who serve so…

Role of Child and Adult in Classroom

What do you consider to be the child’s role and an adult’s role in the Christian classroom?

New Mexico CEE Conference

Thanks to all the wonderful friends and participants who made last Saturday’s conference a wonderful success. CEES really enjoyed being with you! Please share one thing you implemented from the conference sessions into the blog this week. We love hearing from you.

TV Language for Children

Are you aware that you can filter out inappropriate language for children by going to   http://www.tvguardian.com/?  What do you consider to be “bad language” for ages five and under?  (Hint: Ecclesiastes 5:2-3; Romans 3:3-4; Colossians 4:2-6; 2 Timothy 4:2; Proverbs 15:1 and Proverbs…

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