A pre kindergarten parent newsletter should be created not only for the parents but also the students. Here we will look at a creative way to keep both parents and children involved in the newsletter.
Pretend play areas are a vital part for allowing the preschool child’s imagination to grow. A kitchen area can help with this type of development.Here you will learn what you may need and where to find preschool kitchen furniture cheap.
These fun carnival games and activities will get your preschool students jumping for fun. Giving the atmosphere of a fair, the students will love this new way of learning as they play through popular carnival games.
This Mardi Gras lesson will have all your preschool students marching along as they show off their new masks and beads. Learning about the colors of Mardi Gras, this New Orleans tradition will mean more to the students than just a parade.
Dr. Seuss’s book “Is a Camel a Mammal?” helps introduce preschool students to the lives of mammals. In these mammal lesson plans a teacher can connect the book to several crafts and activities while teaching the pre-k students about mammals.
This lesson plan will help kindergarten and early education students learn about ordinal numbers. The lesson will include activities and worksheets which will look at ways to teach these math concepts.
Using a hand craft, a game, and other activities this article will help to teach the concept of left and right to preschool students.
Have you noticed you child toes pointing inward as he walks? Is it getting better or maybe even worse? Here we will see causes of intoeing and what needs to be done for conditions such as Metatarsus Adductus, Tibial Torsion, and Femerol Anteversion in children.