Play is a critical part of early learning and yet it is easy to overlook the complex learning that is taking place and dismiss child’s play as nothing but “just play.”
Let’s talk about the use of real tools versus pretend tools in preschool! I am sure you have your own thoughts on the subject!
Ready for Kindergarten offers simple to follow guidance and tips for where to focus your energy, how to support the learning that naturally takes place, and how to make the most of your child’s pre-kindergarten year.
How does your classroom reflect the families in your care? Read this unique perspective of one parent and what she hopes to find!
This is a note to encourage you as you participate in the many first time experiences of the children in your care…
A little look at a Teach Preschool workshop and a few terrific ideas for Teacher Door Prizes!
See what the experts had to say on Bam Radio about how to address biting in the early childhood classroom.
Answering the question, “”How will my child be prepared for school if all he does is play in preschool?
See how to create invitations to play all throughout your preschool environment and content areas.
A wonderful set of photos along with a short tutorial on creating an invitation to play in the preschool classroom.
Come and join in this wonderful summer books study with me and my fellow bloggers!
Teaching children self-control doesn’t have to be complex but it does need to be a goal in any preschool classroom!
Giving young children the chance to grow….
Build a set of strategies for helping shy children get involved in the classroom experience.
Deborah’s latest workshop for the preschool teachers of Dothan Alabama!
Sharing our daily routine and the importance of a daily routine in the preschool classroom.
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