I Was Leading a Kid’s Service but My Kid’s Behavior Still Embarrassed Me
Stop Teaching Kids That This Holiday is About Saying ‘Sorry’
What Happened When I Breastfed in a Mosque, Synagogue & Church
Four Hacks to Make Your Seder More Fun
5 Things Your Little Kid Isn’t (I Promise)
Here’s How To Make Israeli Independence Day Mean Something For Little Kids
Seriously, Stop With the Shushing!
3 Awful Questions Not to Ask A New Parent (and What to Ask Instead)
8 Ways to Celebrate Hanukkah the Don’t Involve Gifts
9 Easy Ways to Welcome Families with Young Children
Early Engagement: One More Compelling Reason
People Are More Supportive Of Public Nursing Than It Seems
Haircuts Are A Perfect Opportunity To Teach Children About Consent
The Jewish Educator:
Teck, Emily Aronoff. “Impacting the Community Through Music” The Jewish Educator, 2010.
Teck, Emily Aronoff. “The Impact and Influence of ‘Tot Shabbat’ Participation” The Jewish Educator, 2018.
Meinbach, Anita, and Emily Aronoff Teck, editors. The Rosenfeld Legacy Project: Exploring Jewish Values Through Children’s Literature, Early Childhood Edition. University of Miami, 2014.
Simple, Soulful & Silly Songs for Your Early Childhood Classroom
Singing & Sharing Universal Values Through a Jewish Lens
Engaging Young Children with Books and Music to Teach Jewish Values
Singin’ Shacharit: Musical and Meaningful Ways to Start a Jewish Day
Early Childhood Institute, Hebrew College Newton MA, October 2015
Engaging Young Families Through Musical Play
Tiny Humans with Enormous Questions: Exploring God & Spirituality with Kids
Tot Shabbat: It’s NOT ‘just’ for Tots
Singing Shalom: Prayer and Peace
Keynote Address: Early Childhood Development Through a Jewish Lens
Developmentally Appropriate Practice for the Spiritual and Religious Development of Infants, Toddlers, & Their Parents
Exploring Spirituality & Judaism at All Ages & Stages (a workshop for parents and teachers)
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