Welcome to Technology Tuesday at Pre-K Pages. Today I’m going to show you how to get more bang for your buck when shopping for your classroom on the internet.
Planning is an important part of the preschool teacher’s life and can feel like a chore at times. But sometimes a little thing like a jazzy book for your lesson plans can make things more fun. Here’s how to take your lesson plan book from drab to fab in only a few minutes! How to […]
Welcome to featured Friday at Pre-K Pages. Today we have a guest post from Kelly Wilson on how to prepare your child for kindergarten by teaching phonemic awareness skills.
The winner of the HeidiSongs CD, Sing and Spell Vol. 5 is Kimberly L. We are only 6 more blog subscribers away from our next giveaway at Pre-K Pages!
D’Nealian vs. Zaner-Bloser writing styles, which is best for Pre-K and Kindergarten and why?
Teaching English Language Learners in preschool and kindergarten. Tips and ideas for working with children who are learning English.
Today we’re going to discuss how to use a social bookmarking tool called delicious to increase your productivity and organize your teaching ideas.
A classroom pointer is a great tool for building literacy skills. Pointers can help you focus attention on one word at a time or demonstrate left-to-right reading and return sweep. You can purchase many different kinds of pointers from teacher stores or online sites. But it is easy to make your own fun pointer for […]
Today I’m featuring a review of the new HeidiSongs CD, Sing and Spell Vol. 5 and a GIVEAWAY. One lucky reader will win a free copy of this fantastic new CD.
Welcome to the first Thoughtful Thursday post at Pre-K Pages. Today I’m going to be sharing some thoughts on the traditional Letter of the Week program.