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Study Suggests that Freedom Improves Creativity

This article from Psychology Today looks at a 2012 study documenting a continuous decline in creativity among American schoolchildren over the last two or three decades. The research suggests that play and curiosity are foundations for learning. They are also the bedrock of Waldorf Education.

Tonight! Raising Sexually Intelligent Kids in a Hyper-Sexualized World

Don't miss Marnie Goldenberg at Green Meadow tonight, at 7:30pm in the Arts Building Music Room. Get the tools you need to have supportive and effective conversations about sex and sexuality with your children, which help them make better decisions.

Not familiar with Marnie? Watch her TEDx talk, or take a look at her website.

This event is free and open to the public.

Julianna Margulies, former GMWS student, on her father's life and passing

Julianna Margulies was a student at Green Meadow for several years. We send our condolences to her on the passing of her father. Here is her beautiful remembrance of him.


What defines a high-quality pre-Kindergarten?

This NPR piece from earlier this year advocates for a play-based Early Childhood education, which Green Meadow offers.

The Value of Unstructured Play Time for Kids

Let's remember the importance of unstructured play time for our children, all summer long. 

A great quote: 

"Free play allows children to develop the flexibility needed to adapt to changing circumstances and environments—an ability that comes in very handy when life becomes unpredictable as an adult."

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