Learning will look different this year for many people, especially children. With all the uncertainty and changes, it's become even more important to create a sense of belonging in early learning environments. This is true no matter where children are learning.
Fostering a sense of belonging supports children in feeling safe and welcome in the learning environment, supports development of critical social-emotional skills, supports development of friendships, and builds resiliency.
Use the tips below to help create a sense of belonging in your early learning environment. These tips are beneficial for all types of educators including homeschooling parents, child care providers, preschool teachers, elementary school teachers, and parents guiding their children through virtual school.
Preschoolers are working on a variety of math skills including mastering color recognition, shape attributes, and counting.
Here are some fun ways to engage your preschooler while developing these essential math skills!
I have fond memories of sitting around my Grandma's dining room table with all of the grownups, playing a great round of go fish.
Little learners love card games! Not only are they fun, but Preschool aged children can also practice a variety of math concepts with a simple deck of playing cards. Below, I'm sharing 11 of my favorite card games for your your early learners!
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