If you were a student in your classroom, what would it be like? Incorporating developmentally appropriate practice into your teaching patterns is a great way to make sure that your students are learning all they can, while having fun being the beautifully wild and inquisitive children they are.
I took the first step, and went to the gym. It’s been quite a long time and I had no idea what I was doing. But, I went.
Last week I shared some of the potty-training tips that I have learned as a teacher, and this week I wanted to share just a few more things to help you as you potty train in your classroom!
Potty training in the classroom is such a challenge! Despite the difficulties, it’s such a rewarding feeling to be part of helping a child to learn to use the bathroom. Here are some of the things I’ve learned over the few years I’ve spent potty-training!
I can’t believe this kid is already halfway through his first year! He’s been a busy boy this month, discovering all sorts of things and experiencing a lot of firsts!
I’m starting something new each Tuesday to help me keep up with the ECE field as I spend time at home with baby boy. Today’s post is about dealing with separation anxiety in the classroom! If you teach the littles, here are some things you can do to alleviate your students’ unhappiness when their parents go to work!
Now that I am finally getting to a place where I can exercise and and workout again, I can’t wait to start my journey back to good health and fitness!