Don't get caught in the "entertainment trap". It is not our job to entertain, but to encourage and promote critical thinking and creativity. https://youtu.be/f_wM9PYDHUM
Research has shown when early years teachers read books in their classrooms, the questions they ask play a key role in how much children learn. But a new study in July 2019 that involved observing...
Our auditory system is central to all learning. How we process sound determines the outcomes for speech and language, coordination and even muscle tone! https://youtu.be/q9FQtc7Izqc
As early childhood educators, we all know that “a child’s play is their work.” Children learn through play. During that play, they need movement, time to explore, time to be...
In challenging situations and when you have a classroom of others at the same time, finding positive words for a single situation when tired an busy can be a challenge. No educator's journey...
School readiness is a developmental process that has a lot to do with social interactions. Learn what we can do as teachers to help the process. https://youtu.be/UvbRAsPZhc4