MY First School at Friendship House

Formerly, a Hampton early education program with a 32 year history in the Seacoast, closed in June o

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Conservation education on National Geographic.

01/06/2022

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10/18/2021

What a great illustration of what can result when you meet someone with calm - or having our own storm met with calm.

09/27/2021

So powerful. ❤️

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09/06/2021

Dine with us tonight to support a great local cause! Our Place out of Dover, NH is an all-volunteer, local nonprofit. They are dedicated to fostering growth and independence through vocational, social, and recreational opportunities to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. A percentage of every meal between 5-9pm will be donated!! Our Place Housing Solutions for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
You can find their website here!
https://www.ourplacenh.org

09/03/2021

Just a reminder as kids get back to school ❤️❤️

07/22/2021

We are all human, and we can apologize if we mess up, but being sensitive to a child's emotions is a good skill set for parents to develop.

Our children need to learn that it’s okay to have bad days, to make mistakes, to have hurt feelings, to feel frustrated, to be disappointed, to feel overwhelmed, to be sad…to be human. They need to know that all those big feelings are normal and that big humans have them, too. And they need to see how us big humans handle those big feelings. That’s how our little humans learn that it’s okay to be human…and how to BE okay when those big human feelings take center stage.
-L.R.Knost
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Fighting a rare, incurable cancer, but I'm still here!💞 L.R.

Photos from The Connected Elephant's post 04/10/2021

Quality enrichment for your child that can benefit the entire family!

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Words of Wisdom from Mister Rogers 03/29/2021
03/29/2021

A gentle response isn't just the avoidance of a negative reaction. It's adult wisdom, compassion, and self-control in action.
- L.R.Knost

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Fighting a rare, incurable cancer, but I'm still here!💞 L.R.

01/20/2021

My favorite line from the poem by Amanda Gorman today: “We lift our gazes not to what stands between us but what stands before us.” She is amazing.

01/01/2021

Via Child of the Redwoods

01/01/2021

Wishing all our families and friends a 2021 filled with good health and happiness!

12/06/2020

Looking forward to ending 2020 with our Merry Mindfulness Club! Keep your eyes out for our 2021 schedule of training events, classes, updated website and new podcast. Bring on the connection!

Meg McQuade OConnor Amy Griffin Hansen

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Parenting — growing as humans while we grow our little humans.💞 L.R.Knost

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06/17/2020

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Don't Say Nothing 06/14/2020

Teachers can teach this, as a learning plan.

Don't Say Nothing Silence speaks volumes. Our students are listening.

Timeline photos 06/09/2020

Our children watch what we do far more than they hear what we say. Our choices often become their choices. Our actions, their actions. Treating them as valuable humans teaches them to value other humans. Treating them with respect teaches them to respect others. But it doesn’t end there. Treating others as valuable humans ourselves, with respect, empathy, acceptance, and compassion, is a vital part of growing children into the world citizens and leaders of tomorrow that we cannot overlook. Our children are watching how we treat the world around us. They’re learning — every moment, every choice, every action, every inaction — they’re learning. Our children are in our care for a short time, and then the world will be in their care. Let’s teach them acceptance. Let’s equip them with wisdom. Let’s arm them with kindness. Let’s fill them with compassion. Let’s strengthen them with gentleness. Let’s change the world, one little heart at a time. -L.R.Knost
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A Message From NAEYC: We Stand Together | NAEYC 05/31/2020

The National Association for the Education of Young Children, guiding educators and families since 1989.

A Message From NAEYC: We Stand Together | NAEYC NAEYC continues to work towards advancing equity with humility and awareness of our history and limitations, and a recognition that no individual, leader or organization has all the answers.

Timeline photos 03/30/2020

“Did you ever have a boss or supervisor or teacher who was a micromanager? Who watched you like a hawk and swooped in to correct every misstep? Who offered constant ‘constructive’ criticism? Who endlessly gave unsolicited ‘advice’ about how to do better and be better?

How did that make you feel? Confident? Trusted? Supported? Or unsure? Untrustworthy? Condemned?

As a parent it’s easy to slip into micromanagement mode when trying to grow our tiny humans into responsible and independent adults. But the reality is that micromanagement is as counterproductive with children as it is with adults, and it’s inevitably destructive to relationships.

So take a deep breath, parents, and learn to let missteps go. Let your children learn from their mistakes while you support and encourage them to try again. Listen to their ideas and let them try their own approach to things. Even if your way is faster or easier or more convenient, it doesn’t always mean their way is wrong.

To raise confident, responsible, independent adults who’ll be able to navigate this wide world on their own, we need to let our children test their wings in the safety of our unconditional love.”
L.R.Knost


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