Tips on avoiding burnout
Being a caregiver can take it's toll on Childcare Providers. Here are some tips and some great advice from Childcare Providers in our Pre-K Fun Facebook Community to help you be kind to yourself and avoid burnout.
Whether it's Pre-K or College, or anything in-between, finishing out the end of a school year is something to celebrate!
There are many different ways to make this celebration special for young children.
Here is a collection of ideas from simple to extravagant to get you started!
The following article about the developmentally appropriate ways to teach letters was written by child care provider guest poster Sheena Wheeler of Building Blocks Family Childcare.
Literacy development is an important part of early childhood education. I often hear early childhood educators inquire about the best way to teach young children how to identify letters and the sounds they make, and in which order it is best to teach letters in.
Preschool activities don't have to put a strain on your budget. You can use a variety of materials found around your home, the dollar spot at Target, and the dollar tree to create your own educational games, and activities. Check out some of my favorite ideas below!
Make Your Own Spring Play Dough
Quickly whip up a fresh batch of play dough for your preschoolers with this simple recipe. Finding an easy, no-cook play dough recipe that has the right consistency can be frustrating. This recipe checks all the boxes, be sure to bookmark or pin to easily find us again.
Are you looking for an outdoor project?
Find inspiration for your outdoor learning space with these photos and ideas shared by early childhood educators and parents from the Pre-K Printable Fun Community.
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