The Honeycomb Hypothesis: A Fresh Perspective on how Infants, Toddlers, and Two’s Learn
This webinar is hosted by Early Childhood Investigations
Have you ever observed honey bees flitting around and nosing up to sweet smelling flowers? Pause to observe them and you may notice just how these little wonders of nature are busily gathering pollen to carry back to their hives. This repeated gathering, collecting, taking, and placing the pollen in the hive is innate and instinctive. Honey bees happily buzz back and forth, back and forth, and repeat the process so quickly you may grow dizzy as you observe. The same is true for very young children. The only difference is wee ones are collecting bits and pieces of data from the environments to give to their honeycomb brains.