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!
Ready for Kindergarten! is a comprehensive, yet clear and easy-to-follow book but I am a blogger who LOVES pictures! As a way to extend several (of the many) topics found throughout the book, my fellow bloggers are participating in a journey through Ready for Kindergarten! by expanding on and illustrating at least one topic of their choice through their own beautiful ideas and photos. And a give-away too!
Remarkable learning is happening through ordinary play but we can often miss it. See how to foster the remarkable through ordinary play.
Tips for getting your child ready for a full day in Kindergarten.
Giving young children the chance to grow....
This wonderful Bam Radio discussion titled, "Stressed Out Kids, Parents, Teachers, How to Cope" is brought to you by Rae Pica, Dr. Megan R. Gunnar, Ellen Galinsky, and me. I could really sit and listen to these ladies talk all day. Just listening to the wealth of information they bring to the table helps me to relax! Rae Pica with Dr. Megan R. Gunnar, Ellen Galinsky, Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. Take a listen to the radio show [...]
I must admit that as much as I excel in the use of technology when it comes to my own professional needs, I am terrible at incorporating technology into the classroom. But lately, I have been observing and evaluating the use of technology and its importance to the preschool children of today... My daughter has been the biggest influence on my latest revolutions about technology and young children. My daughter comes from a generation of [...]
Today, Indiana Fox 59 Morning News invited me to come and share some tips for keeping the learning ongoing during the summer time. Some of you may be thinking "Hey, its summer so let the kids chill!" I agree, kids should spend time relaxing and enjoying their summer but there are ways to keep the learning going without having to make it feel like summer school... Oh, and before I go on - let me give [...]