Kids thrive with routine and, in truth, most teachers enjoy the sense of normalcy and order that schedules provide. If you're wondering how to set up a great morning routine for your preschoolers...Read More »
Organization is key to the success of every classroom. Deborah J. Stewart, early childhood education professional and creator of the blog Teach Preschool, offers several tips to help new and...Read More »
You don't have to put in a lot of time and effort to provide your students with a new art experience. As Jean, creator of The Artful Parent blog, suggests, simply cut a hole in the day's art paper,...Read More »
A great way to infuse summer into your preschool lessons is with beach-themed literature, games, and activities. "Who Lives in the Ocean?" Matching Game Search online for colorful pictures of sea...Read More »
Learning to tell time is a difficult skill to master. With three separate hands and three similar, but certainly distinct concepts, conquering the clock can seem like an overwhelming task. Since...Read More »
Children need heroes. Whether imagined or real, heroes make children believe that anything is possible. They offer hope and inspire children to look at the world as full of opportunities rather than...Read More »
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