Preschoolers love to learn about measurement!
Teaching young children to sort objects by weight is a fantastic way to introduce children to the idea that objects can be measured in a variety of ways.
Keep reading for tips and ideas for introducing this concept to preschoolers.
The words “play dough invitation” sound so fun, and sort of, well, inviting. If you’re a bit intimidated by the word invitation--thinking it involves throwing a full-scale party complete with cake, punch, and pony rides--don’t be!
Setting up a play dough invitation or “invitation to play” is easier than you might think. Plus, your children or students will have tons of fun without even realizing all the fine motor skills, creativity, and learning benefits they’ll be getting while they play.
You might’ve heard of 3-part cards (or Nomenclature cards) before. They are often found in Montessori programs. Maybe you’re wondering exactly what these are and how you can best use them with your child or students. These cards can be used in so many ways and can really do wonders for building vocabulary and early literacy skills. Let’s learn more about these superstar cards, and the engaging ways you can use them with your early learner!
Children thrive on consistency. Having a daily rhythm or routine, makes children feel empowered. They learn to anticipate what is coming up next in their day, and can handle transitions easier.
There are several ways to help even the youngest of children in your care make friendships. Below you will find suggestions and resources!
The time we take to reflect on our week allows us to pivot, and adjust the things that aren’t working in our program.
Taking time to reflect on your day or week is especially important when you are starting a new routine or changing a regular routine.
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