THE SECRET TO HOW TO TEACH HANDWRITING
The Secret to Teaching Handwriting - Use this one simple DIY project to help pre-writers to distinguish between straight and curved lines to help build their understanding of shape and help establish correct letter and number formation later | you clever monkey
Stunning Under-The-Sea Decorating Ideas Kids Would Love - HomeDesignInspired
Sometimes, kid’s room decor needs to change according to the season, such as when it is getting into summer, the “under the sea” theme would be perfect for your home. Either your kid loves sea creatures or be a mermaid fan, there is an under-the-sea decorating idea for every kiddo that she/he want to bring [...]
Pre-K Tweets Classroom Tour!
Welcome to my pre-k classroom tour! Classroom spaces and and arrangements are so very important and especially in the early childhood years! Defined areas for learning centers allow for students to be gravitated to new provocations and it also helps them know where to return materials properly. I love to create inviting center areas that are already set up for play! It gives students kind of an invitation to play and a few ideas about how to get started. The center learning areas I have are…
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This afternoon Georgia helped me set up this Car Wash Tuff Spot to enjoy in the afternoon sun. A couple of months back she had her first ever experience of a car wash and hasn’t stopped talking about it since so this was a perfect activity to help fuel her interest in car washes (this... Read more »
Arts and Craft for Kids: Making fire works with a straw and food coloring!!
This is from last year, but we just did it again and it was so much fun!!! I think it is so fun to make children's art a part of your holiday decor! It is a good way to make them feel appreciated. For this fun and easy non-toxic project you need: food coloring a straw for each child piece of paper The directions are simple. Drop two drops of liquid food coloring on your paper and then blow it with the straw! It is so fun to see what kind of splatter patterns are made. Even my one year old…
Reggio-Emilia: How To Bring the Most Out of Your Early Learning Environment
My quest this year was to create a more organized, visually pleasing environment in our preschool classroom. My inspiration has come from various classes I've taken this year, inspirational teachers, cohort among local preschools, and of course, blogging! My research of other classrooms and personal aesthetic have led me to the Reggio Emilia approach to classroom environments. I do not claim to be a Reggio teacher. I have, however, learned to borrow bits and pieces from various pedagogical…