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Unstructured Play Supports Brain Development

“Recent research suggests that children should experience twice as much unstructured time as structured play experiences. Lia Karsten, a professor of urban geographies at the

W-Sitting: What’s The Big Deal?

W-Sitting: What’s The Big Deal? You’ve seen it. You know that it’s discouraged. It looks painful… but  our kids still sit like that. Why do

Sensory Tools, Not Toys

Fidgets: Sensory Tools, Not Toys First of all, fidgets have gotten a bad reputation lately (think those glorious lead-painted  spinners that were all the rage

Seating in the Classroom

Did  you know… Children’s posture and positioning in their desks and chairs GREATLY  affect their ability to properly write and pay attention?   Some tell-tale