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Program Feature: Writing Across the Curriculum

While it is easy to think of writing as its own “subject,” in reality writing is crucial across disciplines and areas of life. When developed and harnessed effectively, the symbolic thinking skills, confidence, motor skills, inventiveness and more that children … Continue reading

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Program Feature: The Building Blocks of Building Blocks

Thanks to Friedrich Froebel and Caroline Pratt, blocks have been a part of early childhood classrooms for more than 150 years. Since the mid-1800’s, children have been playing with a material that hasn’t changed much; blocks have withstood the test … Continue reading

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Creative Writing Camp – The “Best Summer Program for Kids”

“The BEST camp in Houston for unleashing the creativity of young authors.” – Sarah Gish, author of Gish Picks and The Summer Book Are you looking for a summer activity that could impact your child’s life?  For more than 25 … Continue reading

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Looking for Summer Fun? Look No Further – Check Out Creative Writing Camp!

It’s not even Spring Break yet, but it’s that time of year when parents begin worrying about what their children will do all summer. Houston is a fantastic city with an abundance of creative options to keep students busy and … Continue reading

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