Barbara Bredell-Searle “Silence isn’t empty. It’s full of answers.” -Unknown After you have gotten the last child down on their nap furnishing; hopefully the room is quiet or have sounds of relaxing music playing in
Stefanie Camoni As teachers, our role in the classroom is to provide quality care to contribute to the development of the children. We plan and adjust our lessons, environment, and interactions to meet their needs.
By Angel Avery-Wright The learning of math/numbers should begin very early in life. Math for infants and toddlers should be introduced informally and naturally as opportunities come up. There are many toys for young children
Natalie Grebe Children are crying, arguing, and not using their inside voices. Your director says your assistant called out sick. A parent wants to know where Anthony’s sweatshirt is. Your lesson plans are due, and