I'm so excited to walk through how to assemble my Circle Time Binder with you. I'm a visual learner, so I created this post to help my customers assemble their binder. I'll walk you through page by page! If you haven't purchased it yet, you may want to check out this post on how to use the circle time binder with your program!
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Busy boards allow young children to explore otherwise "adult" items in a safe manner. Many of these busy boards contain items you find around your home such as locks, keys, and latches. Other types of busy boards include: Magnet Boards, Ball Runs, and Velcro boards. Your board can be made from existing toys such as puzzles, or busy boxes. Although many of the activities are mounted to the wall, they can also be made to use on the floor, or mounted to a table as well..
Below you will find some fabulous examples of DIY Busy boards that have been shared in our on-line community.
With any job, balance can be difficult to achieve. It can be especially challenging as a childcare provider who's hours begin well before their first client arrives, and end well before their last client leaves.
Here are some super tips from the Childcare Providers in our Facebook Community on how to balance a childcare business and family:
Are you looking for a list of items you can add to your sensory table? You've come to the right spot! A sensory table or bin can be used for much more than than just scooping and pouring! It can be transformed into a vessel for children to explore all of their senses, nature and the world around them.
Below you will find a variety of suggested items to add to your sensory bins, and photos featuring our FB Community Members! Be sure to download your free copy of my sensory bin checklists at the bottom of this post!
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