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.

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  • Toy-Free Kindergarten? One Specialist’s Take on the Trend
    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.
  • Identifying & Challenging Young Gifted Children
    All young children bring varying abilities across all content areas to the early childhood classroom. How do we identify those children who exhibit high potential and meet their needs in the classroom while serving the needs of all the students.
  • Welcome to Our Pumpkin Patch: Preschool Activities & Bulletin Board
    Boo! It's time to create a festive preschool bulletin board. Preschoolers will have fun with a favorite Halloween story and use their creative talents to create a cute pumpkin patch bulletin board. All just in time for cupcakes and punch at their Halloween party.
  • Cookie Themed Bulletin Board to Welcome Your Early Childhood Class
    Every child loves cookies, use this to welcome your new students into your classroom. Create this early childhood back to school bulletin board centered around these sweet treats. This article provides details of not only a bulletin board, but also an ice-breaker and several stories to share.
  • Preschool Back to School Activities
    Ease preschoolers' transition to school with some fun activities. You'll find a graphing activity to help students find out who's in the class, name puzzles and two books to help students talk about those back to school jitters.
  • Learning through Play: Preschool Conflict Resolution
    If two or more children are together long enough, conflicts are going to occur. Since play is the work of children, employing it as a resolution teaching tool makes perfect sense.
  • Preschool Summer Themes
    Summer is here and it is time for some new summer preschool themes to liven up your preschool class. Here are activities and ideas for three themes: the pool, the beach and the garden.
  • Talking About Diversity with Preschool Children: 5 Books to Share and Enjoy
    Look around, and you will see that everyone is different! Preschool books about diversity are a great way to begin discussing physical and cultural differences with young children. Read on for a recommended list of stories you can use at home and in the preschool classroom.
  • Creating Your Own Medals for a Preschool Graduation Ceremony
    Creating your own preschool graduation medals is a fun, easy and inexpensive way to commemorate the end-of-the-year festivities Children can even help with the ideas provided in this DIY article!
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