3 Fun Snow-Related Food Activities to Do with Your Preschool Class

Posted on: 4 January 2017
If you are learning about winter and snow in your preschool class, here are three fun food-related snow activities that you can do with your students. If your preschool curriculum requires you to plan at least one food-related learning activity per week, you can use these three activities as your food related learning activity for your snow or winter learning unit. #1: Snow Cream This is a great activity when you have freshly fallen snow outside.
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Child Care And Technology: Your Preschooler And Electronics Play-Time

Posted on: 14 September 2016
You've heard the buzz that young children and screens don't mix. But, what about technology use in child care? Even though the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children should have no more than two hours of screen time per day, that doesn't mean your child's preschool day will be electronics free. Early childhood educators can use technology to help young children learn and develop, according to the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and Fred Rogers Media Center.
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What Should You Look For In A Preschool Teacher?

Posted on: 28 June 2016
Your 3-year-old is ready for preschool. You don't want just any 'school', but aren't exactly sure what to look for. Along with a stand-out curriculum, your child's potential school should have a qualified staff. Why? The better prepared early childhood educators are, the better children do in school, according to the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). What makes a pre-kindergarten teacher the best choice to help your little learner grow and develop?
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How To Help The Teacher At Your Child's Charter School

Posted on: 29 January 2016
Research has indicated that schools that have parents who are involved in the education of their children are more likely to be successful. If you would like to become more involved in your child's charter school, there are several things you can do. Head To The Library Offer to take your child and his charter school friends to the library. Not only will you expose them to more educational resources, but you will be subtlety sending a message to other parents that they can also get involved.
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