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.
I thought I would share how I keep track of some of my favorite teaching resources that go with some of my favorite children’s books… There are some activities or materials that I just know I will want to use the next time I read a specific book to my class so I simply tuck the […]
Vanessa over at Pre-K Pages is hosting a Literacy Beginnings Book Study Blog Party! One terrific way to promote professional development is to find a group to read along with! There are some terrific bloggers participating in this book study and you can too! You can purchase the book from Amazon or you can check […]
In our zest to help children “create” sometimes it is easy to forget what it means to be creative… Creativity is inspired when we give children the opportunity to explore the art process and materials without the pressure of having to do it in a specific way… In an effort to teach children, adults get […]
A drawback to being an administrator in a preschool program is that often times I have to actually “administrate” and when I do, it pulls me away from the classroom. So when this happens, I often only get to see what the children made after they are finished rather than while they are in the process. I […]
Last week, I visited a class that was making doves as part of their study of peace and MLK. As I observed this class, it was clear to both the teacher and I that this project was a cute idea on paper but pretty worthless when it came to process… That’s the tricky thing about […]