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.
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 →
My final week of teaching science to this amazing group of elementary school summer campers! This week we did Continue Reading →
This lady has accumulated over 300 links for quality resources on play and the importance of play in childhood. This Continue Reading →
This week was another science class for the “big kids” (ages 6- to 9-years-old). This week the theme was soap. Continue Reading →