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i am very attracted to nancy's book and I plan to get a copy to remember to always show the awe and wonder the joy that it takes to make it work
So helpful to read as a teacher, but even more so as a parent! Thank you!
This book is a must read for anyone who is around or influencing children. I am buying a copy for each of my friends who have children and as a gift to friends who are new parents! I wish that all educators could be as thoughtful and insightful as Nancy.
As a long time ECE and someone who visits many programs. This simple but true message really struck a chord with me. I see children who get told to not hold a door or help me when I come in, but who are also taught to be kind. I see teachers stomping insects and showing fear of mess and then telling children to respect nature. Ihear not so loving tones telling three year old not to act "silly". Three year olds are silly - they're supposed to be!
I love when I see teachers respecting the children as people - from the heart.
Beautiful!!!! This is just the inspiration I needed today.