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Category: Winter

Let’s Go Outside

Published on February 4, 2019 under Winter
Kids love to play outside! And teachers love outdoor time, too. It's a relaxing, stress reducing, tension relieving part of the day, and the time when much development and learning take place. Physical development is…
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Letter Learning

Published on January 31, 2019 under Winter
Learning the names of alphabet letters – like all early learning – is best done in the context of what is meaningful to young children. Many children first learn the initial letter of their own…
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Little Signs

Published on January 29, 2019 under Winter
Throughout our day there are many signs that tell me we are getting closer to what most people mean when they speak about kindergarten readiness. There is sorting and pattern making taking place naturally There…
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Mom’n is Hard

Published on January 28, 2019 under Winter
Today I wanted to highlight two new things I've added to our space. The first thing is this box with a few resources and books. If you are a reader please check out what I…
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Bird Box Friday

Published on January 25, 2019 under Winter
Completely for fun. Children volunteered and the actions depicted are not their normal. No preschoolers were harmed in the filming of this fun Friday project.
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What’s your name ?

Published on January 22, 2019 under Winter
As a teacher that believes in honoring developmentally appropriate practice I have to think outside the box for extra opportunities for children to practice writing their names. Today we made name tags. Jude said "…
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STEAM=PLAY

Published on January 21, 2019 under Winter
I am sure you have heard the buzz word STEM . And then it transformed into STEAM and then it transformed into STREAM Please watch the video below . LISA’S STEM RANT After seeing this…
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Rhyme a Lime

Published on January 18, 2019 under Winter
Has your child been rhyming more at home ? Nursery rhymes are verbal pictures for children and tells them stories . Nursery rhymes are a unique use of language. From an early age children love…
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We Are Authors

Published on January 17, 2019 under Winter
Written language is acquired by children in many of the same ways they acquire oral language. Two crucial aspects of learning oral language are having opportunities to be a language user and having adult role…
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To Button, Zip, and Tie

Published on January 16, 2019 under Winter
Getting dressed on time in the morning can be a real challenge for many of us, but it is particularly difficult for young children who have to contend with buttons, zippers, and shoelaces when their…
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