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Imaginative Play Ideas for Preschoolers

Imaginative Play Ideas for Preschoolers From Your Recycling Bin

This post was written by local preschool teacher Abigail Ferris. You can find her at The Children’s Garden Preschool in Portsmouth NH. If you see someone picking through your recycling out on the curb, don’t be alarmed, it’s likely just one of the teachers from The Children’s Garden Preschool. Imagination and creation are languages children […]

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Hand Preference – Left or Right?

Do you have a good sense of your child’s hand preference? I am a pediatric occupational therapist, and this is a common conversation that I have with parents. While hand dominance is hereditary, its not a given. Science tells us that hand dominance is only about 24% heritable. Both my husband and I are right-handed, […]

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