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A New Way to Teach Children the Canadian Charter

S. Evelyn Cimesa | April 21, 2016 | Products We’re excited to announce the release of La Charte pour les enfants, the French edition of Canadian bestseller series The Charter for Children. This collection of witty, illustrated stories introduces children to the Canadian Charter of Rights and...

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Play-based Strategies to Get Youth Learning

Play-based Strategies to Get Youth Learning

S. Evelyn Cimesa | March 18, 2016 | Play-based Learning Play is one of the most effective methods of engaging youth. It promotes social and emotional learning, provides opportunities for challenges and perseverance, and children are natural experts at it. Children connect with the world through play. They attribute meanings to words as they explore their surroundings, they learn the basics of communication, and they learn to interact with other people in a safe learning...

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Five Ways to Encourage Creative Thinking

Five Ways to Encourage Creative Thinking

Leonard Judge | December 11, 2015 | Creativity Defining creativity is not as straightforward as one might think. What is it really? Where do we begin and what are we aiming for when we attempt to encourage creative thinking in children? A common definition for creativity is simply to use one’s imagination to think about and develop original ideas.

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