Pam Schaffner When we consider the word “environment” for preschool-age children we often think of learning centers and thus areas for concept development such as math, science, or art. We think of these learning centers
Aimee Currier You very likely read books to the children in your care daily. We use books for many purposes: education, entertainment, even some physical activity at times. My Kindergartners would get so excited when
Guest Blogger Sarah Brendle Looking back on my own experiences as an assistant director, I remember the many families we guided through the transition process. I would say the most difficult promotion for both children
By Ingrid Á. Russell “Although they cannot understand fully all the facts and complexities of history, young children can learn that many grown-ups have worked, and continue to work to make the world a safe,
Por: Aimee Currier Cuando era maestra, todos los años leíamos “A sembrar sopa de verdura” (Growing Vegetable Soup) por el autor Lois Ehlert (disponible en inglés y en español). Fue un gran libro porque se
Por: Lisa Mulliken Mire en cualquier salón de bebés o niños pequeños y verá colecciones de libros en el área de lectura o en contenedores alrededor del espacio. Puede ser abrumador e incluso frustrante a
Lisa Mulliken Look into any infant or toddler classroom and you will see collections of books in the reading area or in bins and containers throughout the space. For teachers, using books with tiny babies,
Angel Avery-Wright When an assessor walks into the room, one of the first things that catches our eye is the display: artwork, family photos, calendar, posters, and other photos. Do those other photos depict diversity?