Early learning in action!
Teach Preschool is filled with photos and real life stories of early learning in action coming straight from my own preschool classroom. These photos and stories will inspire, enlighten, and support your journey in early childhood education.
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Thank you for all you do for young children and thank you for joining me here on Teach Preschool.
Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed.
Deborah’s Latest Posts
I know - calendar time is a tradition. It's something you've always done. It's something that you just never want to give up. I get that. But as you can see in my photos, there is [...]
We are always using our hands to hold things so I set up an invitation to explore how many things our paper hands (or real hands) can hold at the math table.
I made up a little high five game on our clip boards for the children to try. My goal was to encourage the children to explore a little counting in the process and it worked out fabulously! Read all about it on my blog!
My grand daughter is at the age where she just does not want to sit in her high chair any more. This can be a little bit of a challenge since she isn't quite tall enough to sit on her bottom in a chair and reach the table. So when you need a little lift, a Kaboost portable chair booster might just be the perfect solution.
We spent time exploring our hands and if you are going to explore your hands, you just have to add a little high five into the mix! Hop on over and read more on my blog!
I am a teacher who is always learning and growing so as you read my blog, you will see that I am also always changing my approach towards teaching based upon what I believe my students need from me and what I am currently learning about best practices in early childhood education. I believe the best learning takes place through meaningful play and exploration so I fill my small classroom environment with opportunities for the children to explore new and interesting processes and materials every single day.