What is the place of toys in the classroom? A recent article detailing Germany’s toy-free kindergarten programs has sparked debate on the subject among parents and educators across the world.
Preschool Teaching Strategies, Advice & Tips
Preschool teachers will find valuable strategies and tips for a variety of teacher responsibilities: from home and school connections, to effective classroom and behavior management, and much, much more. Learn tried-and-true strategies to set up and organize your classroom, devise a curriculum, and establish daily and weekly schedules and routines. Discover tips on building your young students’ self-esteem, advice on communicating and working effectively with parents, and intervention strategies should you discover a student isn’t progressing as he or she should. Find the information on preschool teaching you’ve been searching for at Bright Hub Education, all written and reviewed by experienced early education professionals, teachers, daycare providers, parents and caregivers.
How do you teach visual discrimination? We all know that this is an important skill for pre-readers to practice. Check out a few of these free printable worksheets for visual discrimination that are appropriate for preschoolers.
Learning about life on the farm is easy with this comprehensive guide. Included below is a collection of articles offering ideas for craft projects, field trips, literature selections, classroom centers and more.
In the past teachers often demanded preschoolers pay attention, learn their lessons, sit still or retreat to the corner wearing a dunce cap. Today positive reinforcement, replacement behavior and social skills remain the focus for managing behavior in preschool.
Smart planning is a key to a successful school year even in the preschool and daycare years. Carefully chosen activities and efficient classroom setup support achievement. Use this guide to find information to make this year with your students a social and academic learning success.
Are you looking for ideas for setting up centers in your preschool classroom? Whether for dramatic play, art, writing, listening or reading, this guide will offer you suggestions for providing your students tactile and fun experiences in a variety of curriculum areas.
Reading? In preschool? Yes! There are many different types of activities you can plan for a preschool classroom that will prepare children for learning the mechanics of reading and phonics. These reading activities will give them the foundation necessary to become independent readers.
Let’s learn the alphabet! With this guide, it’s easy. Compiled here are lessons on letter recognition, sound identification, and letter formation – perfect for the preschool classroom.