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Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed.

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Child-made ornaments hanging on the tree
The temperature is dropping, snow is falling, and Christmas ornaments are everywhere. As Christmas time is approaching we are very[...]
Safe cleaning around the classroom
Are you the only one washing tables in your classroom? One of my students' favorite ways to help around the[...]
Five tips for asking inspiring Questions of the Day
Are your questions inspiring the children? Now that the children have settled into our morning routine, it is time to[...]
Learning about real life through small world play
What is small world play? Small world play is an activity where you create a miniature real life scene using[...]
The best apple pies ever: see how we made them!
The fall season is here and that means two words... Apple Pie! This day has by far been my  favorite[...]
Putting together our art portfolios
Our students have loved using dot dabbers, so that's what we used to decorate their portfolios! We started our morning[...]
DIY bunny game
After 3 baby bunnies visited, we created a game to keep them around. One of our students brought in 3 of[...]
Discovering spectacular things in preschool
Your students will love the simple joys of discovering spectacular things! We read a book this week that inspired us[...]
Rainy day inspiration in preschool
Thanks to a rainy day, we were inspired... We had our whole day planned out. From the book we read[...]
Child-made ornaments hanging on the tree
The temperature is dropping, snow is falling, and Christmas ornaments are everywhere. As Christmas time is approaching we are very[...]
Safe cleaning around the classroom
Are you the only one washing tables in your classroom? One of my students' favorite ways to help around the[...]
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