Yes, it.s true, the years spent slinging hash in my youth have helped me tremendously in my career as an educator. Kill .em with kindness: The meaner the customer/parent/colleague the nicer you should be, take the high road and let karma sort them out! Never let them see you sweat: Always act like everything is […]
Because I have an unbelievable amount of school work and reading to do tonight I decided to procrastinate and join in the Bucket Contest. Colleen from Teaching Heart Mom tagged me in this contest and how could I say “no” to Teaching Heart? The blogs that I like to read that “fill my bucket” are […]
I finished adding new printables to the following pages: Farm Transportation Easter The printables are located at the bottom of every theme page. I’m currently working on adding new math and literacy ideas to the Insect and Plants/Seeds pages. Please share your activity ideas in the comments section, I would love to hear from you!
I updated the following pages with new literacy and math ideas as well as free printables- the printables are a work in progress so check back again for more later. Transportation Farm Easter
I updated the following topics at Pre-K Pages: B.E.A.R. Books– Organizational binders for daily home-school communication. Word Wall– How to implement and use a word wall effectively in pre-k
I updated the following themes at Pre-K Pages: Fire Safety – new math ideas and free printables Dental Health – new math ideas, literacy ideas, and free printables
No, not Oprah’s Secret, or the Ancient Chinese Secret (for those of you old enough to know what that is), it’s The Secret of how to get young children to listen to you. I used to frequent an early childhood chatboard and this was the #1 question people would ask. During the 10 years I […]
An easy Valentine photo frame craft activity for preschool and kindergarten. Fun to make and parents love getting them as gifts too!
This is a post I’ve been wanting to write ever since I first read the Shanker Report a few weeks ago. The official name of the report is “Preschool Curriculum and What’s In It for Children and Teachers”. The report is 32 pages long and if you don’t have time to read it in it’s […]
It seems that there are more of you out there reading my blog than I thought! I was honored to be mentioned on two other blogs this week: Teaching Heart Mom Elbows, Knees, Dreams I have become quite addicted to reading blogs lately. I use Google Reader and I currently subscribe to 31 blogs, which […]