I will be conducting another workshop for Totally Teaching (formerly Teacher’s Paradise) in Frisco on Saturday, October 4th at 10:00 am. Workshop Description: Fall into Totally Teaching and rake up plenty of creative seasonal ideas for math, literacy, science and more! Call the store at 972-377-6604 to sign-up today. See you there!
Shapes are found, identified, and drawn in all preschool classrooms! Discovering just how often circles, squares, and triangles occur in our everyday life make them relevant to children. When a concept is applicable to the learner, it is easier to retain the knowledge. Let’s show our students shapes all around them! The Shape of Things […]
An open letter to the worn-out teacher. When exactly did it happen? When did you become so worn-out that you can’t anymore? You. Just. Can’t.
A fun color activity to extend the book Mix It Up by Herve Tullet using colored ice and jars, for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten.
A fun way to practice counting in preschool and kindergarten based on the book Ten Red Apples by Pat Hutchins.
Zoo animals are a lot of fun to learn about in preschool and a great theme for any time of the year. Here’s a hands-on zoo animal activity that practices fine motor and counting skills. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links In this activity, children are given a zoo animal card with a number and […]
What does SSR look like in a pre-k or kindergarten classroom? Pictures and free printable to help your students in the beginning of the school year.
Duplo play sets from Lego Education are a must have for every preschool and kindergarten classroom. Support creativity and learning at the same time with these fun resources.
Today I’m participating in a celebration of early education titled The ABC’s of Teaching Preschool. Preschool bloggers from around the world are linking up!
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.