You can create spaces in the infant room that resemble the traditional feel of a learning center. Infant room ideas for centers are included in this article with specific tips for music, sensory, and gross motor play centers.
Ducks have always been a favorite animal for children of all ages, even including young toddlers. Here are a few simple toddler activities about ducks that kids will love. They can be practiced both in a preschool atmosphere and at home.
At a loss when it comes to preparing art activities for your preschool classroom? Remember it’s the process, not the product, that counts. Use the guided activities listed here to jump start your own art curriculum.
If you want some daycare room ideas that look visually pleasing and provide a bit of education as well, just look at the world around you. Use this article as a guide to decorate your preschool or daycare around the four seasons.
Toddlers in daycare thrive on routine. Be sure you are providing a good routine by creating your own daily schedule. Or, use the sample daycare daily plan for toddler rooms included in this article.
Opening a new child care center or a new toddler room? Toddler developmental needs differ greatly from preschooler’s needs. Be sure to include the appropriate toys and equipment for toddler development. Here is a basic list of the equipment needed for a daycare toddler room.
Teaching toddlers to get organized can seem a bit daunting, but there are steps to take to make it easier! Here is a glance at how to teach a toddler to keep his or her space neat and have a little fun in the process.
Shavuot? What’s that? Many Jewish youngsters may go their whole lives without hearing of this pivotal holiday during which the Jews received the Torah. Make some of these crafts with your toddlers and preschoolers to teach them some of the concepts that surround the holiday.
Children are social beings, developing their social skills every day, including learning self-identity. Daycare mirrors are an important tool to use in the social and educational development of infants and toddlers. They also provide hours of interactive play for these young children.
Wondering if it is too early to teach your toddlers how to recognize their own name? The answer is, “No!” Your students will have a blast creating and playing with these name crafts and you will enjoy watching them acquire name recognition skills.