Getting the most value out of a bookshelf in the preschool classroom
There are days that I wish I had more space in my indoor classroom. Don't get me wrong, I am very proud of my indoor classroom. I love setting it up to be warm and inviting and I enjoy the challenge of turning small spaces into valuable spaces. Today I want to share with you
Setting Up...Making Sense!
No matter how many times I started a new academic year, I always managed to forget just how 'new' my new children were. In lots of ways their 'newness' was...
Exploring the alphabet by searching for magnetic letter treasure in the sand. We often add a magnetic board with letters written on it to match them as we find them. Great sand play and early literacy activity. Adventures with Isla-Brae
How To Make A Phonics Phone - Make Take & Teach
Phonics phones and mirrors are two of the most important items in an early elementary small group instructional area. Phonics phones amplify the student’s voice helping the student to focus and pay attention to the sounds. Although you can purchase phonics phones, they are quite easy and inexpensive to make. View the video for instructions […]