February 7, 2020 | The Raleigh School 
 

Play is central to early childhood learning, and finding the right balance between "school" and "play" can be challenging, especially when parents expect rigor and excellence, even from an early age. We know play's importance, and we need to communicate it clearly to our stakeholders. Through play, children learn vital social skills, improve their gross and fine motor skills, and expand their imaginations. It is critically important for brain development.

Come spend the day with early childhood expert Carolee Fucigna, social-emotional learning guru Rush Frank, and natural play area designer Sarah Konradi as we take a deep dive into PLAY in the early childhood classroom.

Target Audience: Early Childhood Educators, Lower School Directors, Early Childhood Directors, Assistant Directors, and Admissions Directors

Cost: $135 per person  

*** Registration is FULL for this event. Please contact Meghan Hilleboe at [email protected] to be put on the waiting list. 

 
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