We talk about how preschoolers are not wired to sit still and how too many adults expect them to.
In this this episode: I chat with Andrew Roszak from the Institute For Childhood Preparedness about covid-19. Andrew’s whole career has revolved around emergency response and he’s focused on helping early childhood professionals prepare for the last six years. We talk about what’s going on and how early learning professionals can be better prepared next time the unexpected happens.
In this this episode: Teenagers (Sailor and Tai) join me to talk about what social distancing and the whole Covid-19 is like for them.
In this this episode: I talk with Tiffany, Bethany, and my wife, Tasha–all fellow introverts–about self isolating.
In this this episode: I talk with almost-seven-year-old, Juliet about what’s going on in the world and some other related or random things.
Friend of the show, Sam Balch, joins is to talk about the kinds of coronavirus play kids are engaging in. Thanks for listening! Like the
In this this episode: We talk live and on-demand on-line learning. Will the current situation help more people embrace on-line learning options?
In this this episode: We go over some of the coronavirus inspired play that’s been popping up and touch on why it is important to support such play.
Some Renegade Rules tips from Heather for dealing with our interesting and uncertain world. Thanks for listening! Like the show? Consider supporting our work by
In this this episode: We look at how the Covid-19 Pandemic may make caregivers and parents pull back from making time for self-care when this is when they need it most.
In this this episode: We look at how the Covid-19 Pandemic may impact kids behavior and how we adults can help them manage.
In this this episode: We look at how the Covid-19 Pandemic will likely impact children’s play as they respond to what’s happening in the world.