Songs, fingerplays, and movement activites are an important part of learning and development in young children! How does music teach STEM skills? Well before I go one step further, let's [...]
Before you start planning your next preschool math lesson, take a minute and read this... In a recent Bam Radio interview titled, "Math Phobia; Repeat After Me, "I Am Good At [...]
There is one time of day in my classroom that I would call the biggest transition of our day and it falls just before we head outside to play. You [...]
Have you ever heard someone say, "All they ever want to do is play in the block center!" Well I have some news about the block center that just might surprise you. [...]
Thoughtful and meaningful ways to acknowledge the efforts of your students When one of my preschool students shares with me something they have made or done, my automatic response is almost [...]
How to incorporate meaningful art experiences in your preschool classroom! I just finished listening to the Bam Radio Show titled, "Arts versus Crafts in ECE: Which Matters Most?" The guest speaker [...]
See why displaying and using visual behavior charts is risky business in the classroom and what the alternatives might be.
How you can be intentional using developmentally appropriate morning routines I know - calendar time is a tradition. It's something you've probably always done. It's something that you just never want [...]
Come and join us for our Summer Blog Book Study. This summer, we are talking all about challenging behaviors in the classroom! Don't miss it!
At the top of your list of priorities needs to be building a sense of community in your classroom. Come and see these tips on how to build community!