Preschoolers are at the age where they begin to understand communication does not always have to be verbal: It can be written as well. Take advantage of their interest with these ideas for your preschool writing center.
In order to provide opportunities for success for your students with dyslexia, it is important to recognize and deal with the specific difficulties that affect your student.
We are all aware of the importance of promoting diversity and having an inclusive classroom. Learn what those terms mean and then discover the benefits of incorporating their practice into your daily classroom routines.
Turn your classroom into a rainforest! This preschool rainforest theme provides fun activities for learning science, music, art, and reading.
Let your preschoolers create an ocean mural. Not only will they learn about many fascinating creatures but an ocean theme provides learning opportunities in math, science, and art as well as improvement of gross motor skills.
While gifted students may be academically advanced, they do have their struggles when it comes to emotional needs. It is important for teachers to be aware of and learn how to deal with these needs and issues including academic stress, extreme imaginations, and interacting in social groups.
The standard book report is an assignment that lets the teacher know the student has read and comprehended the assigned book. But churning out the same assignment can be repetitive, especially for exceptional learners. Here are some ideas to incorporate into your reading program.
Caring for an infant is a 24-hour a day job which can be overwhelming. It is easy to slip into the habit of letting the infant control the day. While an infant will not follow a clock, developing a structure is beneficial to both the caregiver and the infant.
Here’s a fun class project to teach preschoolers new letters and reinforce the letters they already know. This is also a great project parents can do at home. Read on to learn how to make an ABC book at home, or school.
Using hand prints to decorate your room and make craft projects is a fun way to create a sense of pride and ownership in your preschoolers.
There are many things a caregiver can do to stimulate brain development in babies. One of the easiest and most enjoyable is through the use of music. Starting before even the birth, music has shown to be effective in influencing baby development.
It is common to look at your students with ADHD and feel proud of the accommodations you have made and the teaching techniques you are using but still feel something is missing. You can go the extra mile in classroom management by giving students with ADHD leadership roles.
Because gifted students learn differently, they should be tested differently. Using Bloom’s Taxonomy as a model for assessing exceptional students ensures the student is being challenged and not just regurgitating answers for an exam.
The ability to communicate through language is unique to humans. What are the language milestones we should be watching for? What are some things we can do as caregivers to help develop language skills in infants?