We began our first week of preschool exploring the things we “can” do all around the classroom!
Back to School
Getting ready to go back to preschool was quite the undertaking! But it was all worthwhile!
No matter what challenging behaviors we may face in our classrooms, it is important to remember that every child in the classroom needs to feel like he or she belongs.
How can parents help foster friendships for their Kindergartener when they are not in the classroom themselves? Stop by and see what Sarah has to say!
At the top of your list of priorities needs to be building a sense of community in your classroom. Come and see these tips on how to build community!
I like to begin the first few days of preschool by giving my students time to explore the environment and find out all the things they can do in preschool.
We are sharing a few of our favorite back to school themed posts from our back to school Discover & Explore linky.
In the early childhood classroom, we can look at classroom management as a plan for what procedures our students will follow throughout each day as well as what the teacher’s role is in helping our students have a successful experience each day.
Come and join our Discover and Explore back to school linky party!
Spending lots of late nights setting up our classroom for preschool. With only 14 more days until school starts, every second counts!
Getting preschool off to a positive start is all about the things my students CAN do in preschool. Since our preschool year hasn’t started yet, I pulled together a few posts that show some of the things we have done during our past I CAN weeks of preschool.
Exploring the process for using a squeezable glue bottle as we also make beautiful colored glue designs!