Small Changes | Nicole @ Nike

Small Changes | Nicole @ Nike

Small Changes is our Q&A Series with Women in Sustainability. The Tiny Earth Community believes strongly that small changes, over time, can lead to really meaningful impacts on our planet....

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Tiny Earth Month

Tiny Earth Month

By Rachael Classi, Founder & CEO Tiny Earth Toys It’s April 1, which means it’s the start of what we’ve lovingly dubbed Tiny Earth Month. Tiny Earth is made up...

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Less Stuff, More Connection

Less Stuff, More Connection

An Introduction to Simplicity Parenting by Olynda Smith   Simplicity Parenting can seem like it is mostly about things:  which kinds of things are good for your kids, which things...

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The Power of “Undone” Toys

The Power of “Undone” Toys

“A completed activity is less attractive to a toddler than one that has been left undone.” - Simone Davies author of The Montessori ToddlerAn undone toy or activity is one that...

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Toys and the Climate Crisis

Toys and the Climate Crisis

One morning a few months back, my two daughters and I watched a FedEx delivery person drop three Amazon boxes on our front porch. My three year old daughter looked...

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Learning Guide 12 - 16 Months

Learning Guide 12 - 16 Months

By Olynda Smith, AMS Certified Montessori Primary teacher   Modeling  We know that modeling is one of the most effective ways we teach children. They are learning from our example...

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Learning Guide 16 – 20 Months

Learning Guide 16 – 20 Months

By Olynda Smith, AMS Certified Montessori Primary teacher   Learning to communicate A toddler’s brain synapses are amazingly complex allowing for a child to have an explosion of language. It...

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Learning Guide 20 – 24 Months

Learning Guide 20 – 24 Months

By Olynda Smith, AMS Certified Montessori Primary teacher Matching: The foundation for everything   While we play, we can support our toddlers in the incredible work they are doing to...

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