This category focuses on Early Childhood Education teaching strategies, classroom/activity ideas, stories & photos from real classrooms, inspiration for your early childhood setting, and research about current best practices.
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Here are some books about ECE that we have reviewed for you.
This Canadian study of 50 child care centers observed teachers’ behaviors and children’s food intake to find some very interesting Continue Reading →
In an attempt to validate the Parental Modeling of Eating Behaviours Scale (PARM), the authors of this study were able Continue Reading →
When the environment has fewer toys, toddlers play longer, have better focus, and play more creatively. The study conducted comparisons Continue Reading →
Before I start my commentary, you should first read the entire blurb from ParentMap Magazine’s November 2015 issue: Reality bites Continue Reading →
Yeah, just kidding, but aren’t you tired of reading articles that the parents swear by a specific method and their Continue Reading →
Here are the handouts we use for our Art ‘Out of the Box’ training module. This list is incomplete, but Continue Reading →
These are headed to Pinterest, but I wanted all of our website followers to see them first! I took these Continue Reading →
Actually, babies and young children do need a schedule. What they don’t need is your schedule, or even the schedule Continue Reading →
Running an infant classroom is not for the faint of heart. Asleep, they are peaceful, relaxed and oh so adorable. Continue Reading →
I’ve been reading a great early childhood book recently titled “Mind in the Making” by Ellen Gailinsky. It’s about the Continue Reading →