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Developing Classroom Routine Helps Preschoolers Thrive

Developing Classroom Routine Helps Preschoolers Thrive

Dec 20th 2017

Children flourish when they are well versed in their daily routines. This allows them to act somewhat independently and they greatly enjoy the responsibility of being trusted when they prove they’r … read more
Developing Preschooler's Fine and Gross Motor Skills

Developing Preschooler's Fine and Gross Motor Skills

Dec 6th 2017

Preschool age children have picked up many skills by the time they are three years old. These skills can be categorized in two ways: fine and gross motor skills. Preschool teachers are tasked with hel … read more
The Importance of Positive Interaction with Preschoolers

The Importance of Positive Interaction with Preschoolers

Oct 16th 2017

Unhealthy levels of cortisol produced in the brain at a young age, due to stress or trauma, can destroy neurons. It's important as preschool teachers that we realize the unique responsibility we have … read more
Preschool Art Projects are Both Educational and Expressive

Preschool Art Projects are Both Educational and Expressive

Oct 2nd 2017

Whether finger painting or art through macaroni gluing, the image of preschool art projects remain an easy to conjure and classic representation of modern early childhood education. While their merit … read more