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Now that everyone’s in the loop, this page is a great resource as well! Darla the Teacher loves keeping up with the latest in Early Childhood, and now she can share with you what she’s been reading! Let’s see what’s in the news…
This article is from Australia on child safety. What I liked most about this article is that is stated children’s rights is important to keeping them safe. This is a very informative article for everyone, no matter where you live.
The article talk about how Biden has the opportunity to reinvent and reinvest in Education System. He can bring the Education System back stronger after the Pandemic.
It’s here! an opportunity to celebrate our youngest learners. What is the Week of the Young Child? ” The Week of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration hosted by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) celebrating early learning, young children, their teachers, and families.” In my classroom, we would do…
Years ago when I first started in the Early Childhood field, I worked at a privately owned center that had television sets in the classrooms. In my classroom; we only watched it after nap-time and when I wanted to reiterate a theme that we were working on. It really helped in getting the students settled…
Sometimes it is difficult to get students interested in the Library Center. When you encourage them to read a book, their answer is “I can’t read.” I encourage them to read the pictures. But I go further than that; I allow them to read a story to the class in circle time, rather than reading…