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Tag Archives: Teachers

1 – I Love You  This is one of the MOST IMPORTANT THINGS you can ever say to a child, and the thing is – you cannot say it too much.  It’s just not possible.  We say ‘I love you’ so often, but when was the last time you stopped, looked at a child in the eyes and said it to Continue Reading

LISTENING BEFORE YOU SPEAK

Here are some practical benefits for listening before you speak: Slow down the pace of the conversation and allow your mind time to articulate to your mouth what you really want to say. Show respect towards the person or child you are speaking to.  If not it can- Save you possible embarrassment and  Help you to protect you from over-reacting.

THE IMPORTANCE OF PRE-SCHOOL SCIENCE

A young child starting preschool brings a sense of wonder and curiosity about the world.  Whether watching snails in an aquarium, blowing bubbles, using a flashlight to make shadows or experimenting with objects to see what sinks or floats, the child is engaged in finding out how the world works.  While a child’s focus is on finding Continue Reading

Children love to play games, imitate, participate with others, and just have a good time.  These games have the goals needed for the teacher to motivate the children to use those muscles and exercise their bodies into a fun-based educational learning way through these designed games for use both outdoors and indoors.  The younger child and preschool Continue Reading

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HEARING AND LISTENING

Hearing is simply the act of perceiving sound by the ear.  If you are not hearing-impaired, hearing simply happens.  Hearing is the act of perceiving sound and receiving sound wavesor vibrationsthrough your ear.  Listening, however, is something you consciously choose to do.  Listening requires concentrationso that your brain processes meaning from words and sentences. Listening is the act of hearing a sound and understanding what you hear.  Listening requires concentration so that your brain processes meaning from words and sentences. IS Continue Reading

10 THOUGHTS TO REMEMBER AS WE END 2018!

The easier it is to do, the harder is it to change.
 Forgiveness is not an event. It is a process. Take a second look … it costs you nothing. Influence is like a savings account. The less you use it, the more you’ve got. It doesn’t do any harm to smile and say “Good Continue Reading

Gross motor skills are defined by the mastery of large muscle movement (i.e legs and arms). Toddlers between 12 to 18 months should be able to walk, walk backwards, crawl up stairs with support, throw a ball overhand, kick a ball with support, roll a ball with hands, imitate more complex motor skills (lifting objects), and Continue Reading

Bully Thoughts

I think we should move away from using the word “bullies” with our children. The term is a label, which sets kids up for failure. To say just because someone made bad choices and bullied another person they are a “bully” means that you’re creating an identity for that child before they have a chance Continue Reading

The Importance of Pre-School Science

A young child starting preschool brings a sense of wonder and curiosity about the world.  Whether watching snails in an aquarium, blowing bubbles, using a flashlight to make shadows or experimenting with objects to see what sinks or floats, the child is engaged in finding out how the world works.  While a child’s focus is Continue Reading