Winter – Cabin Fever
Cabin fever affects both parents and children during the winter. Routines may change as children spend most of their time indoors, and nerves can fray. Read more.
During the winter months, there are often days at a time when the weather is too inclement for outside play. These stretches lead to pent-up energy in children and frustration in teachers. How can we channel activities during the winter months to lead to new learning and keep children productively involved? Read more.
Winter brings special concerns for administrators. There is often more illness among children during the winter months, and teachers and parents may become frustrated from the combination of illness, inclement weather, and cabin fever blues. Read more.