Friday, March 1, 2024

Julia Spencer





Answering Kids’ Questions About the Coronavirus, in Free Picture Books

Publishers and nonprofits are finding ways to get books and information to housebound children worldwide. In “My Hero Is...

A viral poem is helping parents through COVID-19. But some disagree

The poem, titled What If Instead Of Behind These Kids Are Ahead, was published on a blog by American mother of two Jaime...

Why Music Matters in the Early Childhood Classroom

Where would early childhood be without music?!? We rely on it to welcome children to the rug, signal transitions, help preschoolers wait...

‘The Show Must Go Online’: Arts Teachers Adapt to At-Home Instruction

From laundry art to 'name that tune,' arts enrichment teachers are finding creative ways to transition to remote teaching.

First virtual exhibition displays artwork inspired by COVID-19

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, University of North Georgia (UNG) sophomore Donal Jolley felt worry and dread. Then the nontraditional student pursuing...