Celebrating the ABC’s of Teaching Preschool and You!

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This post is to celebrate the 20,000 members who have joined Teach Preschool on Facebook and the wonderful bloggers who share their amazing ideas and insights each day.  As a special thank you to each of you who care for and educate our youngest learners, the bloggers and I have put together  “The ABC’s of Teaching Preschoolers”. Be sure to visit my fellow bloggers and check out the fun and insightful tips they have prepared especially for you.

There are three parts to this celebration…

Part one: The ABC’s of Teaching Preschool


The ABC’s of Teaching Preschool is being brought to you by the amazing bloggers whose ideas I regularly share on my Facebook page. In trying to pull all of this together, I put out a request to the bloggers asking them to write an article on teaching preschoolers.  I asked the bloggers to celebrate you – and they came through for me with a bang!! I can’t tell you how thankful I am for their support.

Each blogger chose one letter of the alphabet to focus on and has written something just for this celebration. A few of the letters are even used more than once because I had such a great response to my call for writers.

Take the time to visit each of these blogs and you will discover the ABC’s of Teaching Preschoolers and some wonderful bloggers too.

See the Linky below this post too as a link to each letter will be shared as the blog articles go live!

The ABC’s of Teaching Preschool

 A is for Alphabet   is for Brain Development is for Creativity  
 C is for Color  D is for Dance  is for Experiment
  is for Fun with Food   F is for Freeplay is for Glue 
 is for Helping Hands  is for Imaginative Play  J is for Joy
 is for Kids get Crafty
 is for Library  L is for Literacy 
 is for  Memory   is for Music  N is for Night Light
 O is for Outdoors   O is for Outdoor Kitchen  P is for Play
 Q is for Quiet Play  R is for Relaxation  S is for Sensory
 T is for Transition Tips  U is for Up, up, up!  U is for Understanding
 U is for Umbrella
 V is for Vehicles  W is for Word Families
 X is for the X-Factor  Y is for Yabbies!  Z is for Zoom!

And a late but great entry: F is for Fish!

 A Special Note to Preschool Bloggers:  If you are a preschool blogger and a friend of Teach Preschool on Facebook and you did not get a request from me to join us – please accept my apology. I put out one announcement which I am sure didn’t get to everyone so don’t feel left out and know that you are invited to join me too! Make sure you add your link below!

Part 2: Teach Preschool Super Stars

I am awarding this button to those of you who have a blog that I have shared a link on Facebook or my blog to. Feel free to place this button on your blog because I think you are a Teach Preschool Super Star!

Part 3: Celebration Give-Aways
I have three give-aways to share with you all this week. The first one begins September 1st so be sure to check back and see the goodies I have to share!
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Linky Note:  When adding your linky be sure to title it with a title such as P is for Preschool.  Use the letter you have selected first! Thanks!

Note to email subscribers: You won’t be able to see all the additional links share on the blog by email so you will want to stop on by the blog today because they are terrific!

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Deborah J Stewart

Deborah J Stewart

Every time I think I know everything I need to know about teaching young children, God says, "Hold on a minute!" and gives me a new challenge.

Let me tell ya...

With each new challenge that you overcome, you will find yourself better equipped and more passionate about teaching young children.

God didn't call wimps to lead, teach, or care for His children. Nope, he has high expectations, so get ready. You will have to give your very best but after teaching for over 30 years, I can tell you that it is a wonderful and rewarding journey.

Whenever your calling feels hard, just remember, 'He who began a good work in you (and in the children you serve) will be faithful to complete it.'

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