Looking for a new behavior modification idea for preschool? Here is a new way to manage classroom behavior in a way that’s uplifting and fun for kids. This program is easy to implement and can be changed according to various themes and seasons.
If you’re a preschool teacher who is in the process of setting up a science center, you’ll want to check out this article before you get started. Find out what equipment, furniture and materials you’ll need to set up an inviting science center to encourage exploration and learning.
If your preschoolers seem to have a tough time with cleaning up, you need a clean up transition song for preschool routine changes. Reinforcing your classroom routine with predictable transition activities is a great way to ensure smoother transition times.
Thinking about teaching a construction zone thematic unit? If you are, incorporate preschool construction bulletin boards into your theme. Here is one that uses edible painting activities. Your preschoolers will love helping you create this bulletin board that showcases student work
Most teachers, if the truth be told, would rather run screaming out of the classroom than undertake individualized instruction. Let’s face it, teachers are already overwhelmed the way it is, so what are they thinking by suggesting that teachers should teach this way? Good question!
Looking for a kindergarten readiness checklist to send home with parents of children getting ready to start kindergarten? This article can be copied and sent home as a guide for parents, so they will better know what skills their child will need to know before starting kindergarten.
What are the IEP goals for preschool age children? How do preschool teachers develop goals with the intention of bridging the gap? Goals should be functional and practical. This article is all about finding IEP goals for preschoolers so they can get back on track.
March preschool activities are perfect for windy days. Whether you’re looking for activities to share with your class during the month of March or simply teaching a wind unit, you’ll simply love the following windy day activities, perfect for any preschool class.
This spring is the perfect time to share some books about the wind with your toddler class. The following books are geared to the very young. You’ll blow in some blustery fun with these wind-related books especially for young learners!