Have you read Judith Viorst's classic picture book, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day? It's a humorous anecdote about Alexander whose day just seems to go from bad to...Read More »
We were inspired by a fantastic behavior management bulletin board we found at kindergarten blog, Always A Silver Lining, and think this quirky idea is perfect for the early childhood classroom!...Read More »
Want to infuse story time with new life? Wordless picture books are a great way to get your students' imaginations working! According to Barbara Brand, the youth services manager of Kansas' Johnson...Read More »
Even seasoned teachers need lesson planning inspiration every now and then. If you want to add some spice to the day's activities and exercises, Deborah J. Steward recommends looking first to your...Read More »
If you've come to the end of the year and your classroom bookshelves have become an eyesore, here are a few tips for re-organizing it in preparation for next year. And it only takes ten minutes, so...Read More »
There is an abundance of children's literature just waiting to be unearthed and many teachers get excited about introducing new concepts through unique stories and picture books. Unfortunately,...Read More »
It can be difficult to choose children's books for your toddler classes. While you may select some surefire 'hits', there will certainly be 'misses' along the way. A great way to focus your...Read More »
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