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Regina Abraham is an early childhood educator with over 25 years of classroom experience, currently at Summit School in Phoenix, Arizona. She holds an MA in Human Development and Family Studies. Ms. Abraham has presented nationally at the NAEYC Annual conference 5 times as well as locally at numerous agencies in Arizona. Presentation topics have included inclusion of children with special needs, cooking in an early childhood classroom, and woodworking in an early childhood classroom.
Have you ever thought about allowing your 3-6 year old to use real tools and wood to create sculptures or toys? And then were your next thoughts, “Oh no. It’s too dangerous,” “She’s too young,” or “I have no idea where to start.” If any or all of those things have gone through your head, […]