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.
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.
Fall is a busy time. You may have your own kids heading back to school, have new families starting, perhaps you are introducing a new routine, or your might be adding a new educational component to your program. With these changes, and the busy holiday season around the corner, it's easy to start to feel overwhelmed and unorganized. To help you feel less overwhelmed, I've gathered up some of my favorite tips to help you ready your program for Fall!
1. Create a Welcome Routine
Have a good morning routine. One fun way to welcome new children into your program (and practice name recognition) is with a daily
sign in and sign out activity.
Thanks for stopping by! I'm Melissa. On this site you will find a variety of Pre-K printable games, activities, and resources for early childhood educators.
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