Are you wanting to create dedicated learning areas in your home, but just don't have the space? Whether you are a Childcare Provider without a "dedicated" daycare space, or a parent homeschooling your preschool aged child looking for tips on how to create learning spaces in your shared living space-look no further! Below you find 11 tips to help make this a reality for you.
Don't those plastic eggs seem to multiply? I've searched the Web for some great ways to re-use those plastic eggs in your early childhood classroom.
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There have been so many fabulous mud kitchens shared in our Pre-K Fun Facebook group over the last few years.
Mud kitchens provide Children the opportunity to explore nature through dramatic play. They provide children with sensory experiences, opportunities to cooperate with others, as well as many new ways to explore language.
Puzzles are a staple in any learning environment for preschoolers. They can be a challenge to store, as their pieces can fall out so easily. I've gathered some creative ways for you to organize the puzzles in your Early Childhood Learning Environment.
Preschoolers love to pretend to cook! This printable math grilling set will have them serving up lots of learning fun. This activity pack helps preschoolers develop a deeper understanding of numbers, beyond basic number memorization and counting aloud. While using this set, preschoolers are learning 1:1 correspondence, numeral identification, subitizing, number sense, as well as basic addition and subtraction.
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