CREATIVE ART THERAPY and how it works

Published on 30th April 2017

Have you seen anyone who has never put pencil to paper, crayon to coloring page,…

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Psychology of colours in the learning environment

Published on 19th March 2017

I advise students on the subject of color as follows: If it looks good enough…

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The role of imagination and creativity in child development

Published on 5th March 2017

It is more important to let a child’s imagination develop than it is to labor…

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CLOCK ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN

Published on 22nd February 2017

You thought this day would never come, but guess what, it’s time! Time for your…

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Friendship week crafts

Published on 5th February 2017

Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play children learn how to learn. Helping…

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USING BULLETIN BOARDS AS INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS — NOT JUST AS AESTHETICS. by odetola Ebenezer

Published on 4th February 2017

Some teachers seem to have an unending supply of inspired ideas for classroom bulletin boards….

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Skeleton activity

Published on 29th January 2017

Topic: Skeleton activity Does your budding biologist want to learn more about the human body?…

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Pumpkin Paper Craft

Published on 29th January 2017

A child’s attitude toward everything is an artist’s attitude. Grade Nursery classes Grade 1 Grade…

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Benefit of Displaying Student Works

Published on 28th January 2017

By Odetola Ebenezer Israel. Displaying children’s work lets them know you value it—and them. Documenting…

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Advice for new teacher: the Joys & Challenges of 21st Century education

Published on 27th January 2017

By Odetola Ebenezer Israel  I have so many questions in my mind about the importance…

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