It is a well known fact that the more a person gets deeply invested in their community, the more they will want to take care of the people and things [...]
A well designed Invitation to Play (paint, cook, draw, etc...) will help the teacher capture a child's attention. Whether the process involves cutting, building, writing, sorting, or painting - we can [...]
When one of my preschool students shares with me something they have made or done, my automatic response is almost always to say, "good job!" But as you will hear in this [...]
Every teacher will find inspiration through the beautiful works of Meri Cherry!
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 [...]
"Play gives children the chance to practice what they are learning." This quote by Fred Rogers is one that I have always enjoyed and strive to keep in mind as I plan for each day in my classroom.
Transitions can be a source of trouble in the classroom. Today, we are sharing a few tips for dealing with those troubling transitions...
5 Preschool Teacher Resolutions for a better YOU in the New Year!
Hey Teachers and Parents! Join us for the Summer Book Study. Stop by and check out who are new surprise author is - this summer should be one of our best summer book studies ever!