In September 2020, I was a guest on the Wowkids Spotlight Series.
In May 2020, I was a guest on Active Childhood’s Facebook live show.
In May 2020, I was a guest on the international podcast, Foundation Stage Forum: Tapestry Online Learning Journal
“Ben, Stephen, as well as special guests Michelle (@EarlyYearsIdeas) and Stacy (@StacyBenge) discuss the weekly #EYshare discussions that take place on twitter, and how social media has influenced their practice.”
In July 2019, I was a guest on the international podcast, EYFS 4 Me Voice Note.
“Hello, and welcome to episode 3 of the EY VoiceNote podcast! Today we are excited to welcome our very first guest, Ms Stacy Benge, an international early years speaker and specialist.”
This is how the summer of 2020 looked for me. Numerous presentations via virtual platforms. Hard to believe there were almost 200 people on the other side of the screen listening to me!
Face-to-face communication develops language in young children. Face-to-screen does not.
Loose Parts: Simple Materials, Big Outcomes
What are loose parts? Simple, movable, open-ended, engaging, imaginative, and creative materials that produce major outcomes! There are endless possibilities and benefits of implementing loose parts into your classroom and outside on the playground. Check out some natural loose parts to include in your learning environment.