Teaching preschoolers how to regulate their emotions and deal with difficult situations is one of the most important goals for children to work on before going to kindergarten.
The Calm Down Binder is a great tool for any early childhood learning environment. It can be easily added to an existing calm down or quiet space or it can be tossed into a teacher bag to be used anywhere. Easily take it with you on any outing or out to the playground.
The activities inside this binder will walk the child through a variety of calming techniques such as: deep breathing, and gentle finger exercises.
Planning out you activities you plan to offer young children is important for engagement, supporting development, and organizing your teaching time.
This set of editable lesson plans makes it easier to create and organize your plans.
I've included a variety of templates to match different program styles.
This set includes everything you'll need to create your own preschool focus wall. Mix and match using the 6 included designs to create you own custom board. Add a visual element to your space to showcase the topics you are discussing each week. Easily incorporate your focus wall into your daily routine. This set can also be added to a parent board so that parents can see at a glance what the children in your care are learning about this week.
Display on a bulletin board, wall, pocket chart, or print on magnetic paper to display on a magnetic bulletin board.
An important component of any Early Childhood Education Program is Parent Engagement. Parent Engagement is a great opportunity to get parents involved with your early childhood program and become a real partner in the education of their children.
Planning for Parent Engagement can be quite time consuming, so I have created this easy to assemble Parent Engagement Series as one simple way for you to promote parent engagement in your program.
This 55-pg. download includes everything you'll need to implement this series in your program including: instructions, a parent welcome letter (describing the program), 12 2-page monthly newsletters, and printable activities that align with the newsletters.
These Winter Calendar Cards can be used for calendar activities and math activities with preschoolers. This set features 9 designs for you to choose from. Change the theme monthly or mix and match each month!
When the weather starts to turn, it's best to have a few activities in your back pocket.
To get the sillies out, you can try dancing to some fun music, or playing old-fashion games like musical chairs or limbo! Consider having a parade, complete with instruments and costumes!
Even when the weather turns cold there are still quite a few fun activities you can do outside-so bundle up and have some fun!
Below you can find some fund ideas that have been shared by our FB Community members as wells as some other fun Indoor and Outdoor Winter Activities from about the web-please be sure to click on the images to be re-directed to the source for more information.
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