Teaching toddlers patience requires a teacher to use a variety of methods for teaching patience and providing activities that will require toddlers to have more patience. Keeping realistic expectations and consistency can do a lot to make a toddler more patient and well-mannered.
Kids creativity is heightened with toddler sidewalk chalk art activities. Indoors or out, chalk can be used in a variety of ways. From painting with chalk and crushed chalk art to chalk rubbings and drawing a city, the possibilities are endless!
Growing an avocado in class provides an opportunity to teach young students about the taste and texture of avocados, as well as how plants grow. Avocados have many health benefits and are commonly used to make guacamole and to add flavor to other foods.
Have you heard of the campaign for institutionalizing preschool programs? Do you think that preschool should be mandatory for all children of preschool age? Read on to find out more about mandatory preschool, universal preschool and what people are saying about it all.
Preschool is not all about play, but also provides a strong base for learning and prepares kids academically for Kindergarten. Learn more about the concepts they will learn and how it helps them prepare for learning in the latter years.
This preschool lesson on Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star includes an introduction to the rhyme, story time, art projects, and a math activity– all to help your preschool class have fun learning about the rhyme and stars.
Teaching preschoolers the alphabet early will give them a great start to the reading and writing skills they will use throughout life. Find guidelines for administering a preschool assessment of Alphabet skills with resources and tips for monitoring progress and fostering learning.