There was a special moment in my classroom that taught me the power of a smile and how a smile has the power to facilitate trust. I was talking with [...]
There are so many things you can do to help facilitate a sense of community in your classroom so I am going to give you a specific task to take [...]
For the life of me, I cannot sit crisscross-applesauce with my hands in my lap. My legs were not designed to bend in sharp angles and I always move my [...]
When preparing your classroom its ok to get your hands a little messy and to leave with paint stained clothes. As the school year is approaching, we have been working [...]
Our preschool age students (ages three and four) have spent their first two weeks in preschool exploring the different tools they can and will continue to use in preschool. A [...]
One thing I didn't think to spend any quality time on at the beginning of last school year was building back pack skills. As the school year went by, it [...]
We began our first week of preschool exploring the things we "can" do all around the classroom!
Getting ready to go back to preschool was quite the undertaking! But it was all worthwhile!
No matter what challenging behaviors we may face in our classrooms, it is important to remember that every child in the classroom needs to feel like he or she belongs.
How can parents help foster friendships for their Kindergartener when they are not in the classroom themselves? Stop by and see what Sarah has to say!