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  • Have an Easter Egg Hunt! Practical Ideas for Preschool
    The Easter egg symbolizes new life and the arrival of spring. It matters little if preschoolers are hunting for plastic eggs or the real ones; the joy of spring and the fun of the game come with both. Find some tips on making this activity educational and joyful.
  • 6 Recommended Preschool Books for Easter Read-Aloud
    Are you looking for books you can use at Easter time to read to children who are preschool age? Use this list of suggested Easter books for preschool!
  • Numbers, Numbers Everywhere!
    When do preschoolers begin to learn number recognition? What is the difference between recognizing numbers and being able to count with one to one correspondence? And what is the best way to teach this elusive concept? Learn tips and tricks for getting your preschoolers counting along!
  • Get to Grips With a Collection of Preschool Prewriting Activities
    For preschoolers, it's all about getting to grips with the control of their muscles more than it is about gripping a pencil. Expecting preschoolers to start writing just because they know what the letters look like is unrealistic. However, there are ways to make the progression easier.
  • Free! Printable Worksheets for Preschool Visual Discrimination
    How do you teach visual discrimination? We all know that this is an important skill for pre-readers to practice. Check out a few of these free printable worksheets for visual discrimination that are appropriate for preschoolers.
  • Teaching About Life on the Farm in Preschool
    Learning about life on the farm is easy with this comprehensive guide. Included below is a collection of articles offering ideas for craft projects, field trips, literature selections, classroom centers and more.
  • Preschool Guide: Toys as Educational Teacher Aids
    Toys are not just for fun! Letting your preschooler explore and play helps them develop important skills. Learn about the best learning toys that will educate and entertain your preschoolers and how to incorporate them into your classroom.
  • On the Move: Motor Development and Activities for Infants to Preschoolers
    From the moment they are born, children are learning how to control their small and large muscles. While there is a pattern to this motor development, no two children develop on the exact same schedule. Here are some tips to keep in mind while planning a motor curriculum for your classroom.
  • Oh Behave! Test Your Preschool Behavior Management Knowledge Today
    In the past teachers often demanded preschoolers pay attention, learn their lessons, sit still or retreat to the corner wearing a dunce cap. Today positive reinforcement, replacement behavior and social skills remain the focus for managing behavior in preschool.
  • Infants to Preschoolers: The Ins and Outs of Teaching Phonics
    There are many different ways to introduce the concept of phonics to young learners, and not all approaches will work for all groups of children. Learn the many different methods of teaching this subject to young toddlers and preschoolers.
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