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About Blog - Pre-K Pages is a resource site for Pre-K and Preschool teachers offering activities, printable lesson plans, and themes for learning in your classroom. One can network with other early childhood pre-k, preschool, or kindergarten teachers and share ideas.
About Blog - Teach Preschool is filled with photos and real life stories of early learning in action coming straight from the author's preschool classroom. These photos and stories will inspire, enlighten, and support your journey in early childhood education. Blog by Deborah J. Stewart.
About Blog - Hi, I’m Christie Burnett and I started Childhood 101 in 2009 as a new Mum trying to get her head around this parenting caper which I naively thought would be easy after many years working as an Early Childhood Teacher. Here you will find hundreds of play ideas and parenting articles written by a team of everyday parents, each with a specific passion or area of specialty.
About Blog - My name is Holly Homer. I hope Kids Activities can be a place where you can find inspiration and realistic ideas for more fun. Kids Activities Blog has kids crafts, kids activities and fun things to do with kids along with tips and tricks for parents.
About Blog - HiMama is made up of a group of committed professionals, parents, daughters, sons, uncles and aunts who are working hard to build a product and a company that families and early childhood educators love. HiMama's Preschool & Child Care Blog includes leadership and advocacy, early learning and development, preschool activities, and parenting and management tips for the childcare / daycare industry.
About Blog - Activity Village offers teachers, parents and children from all over the world over 10,000 pages of free children's activities - simply explore, enjoy, make and print! You will find colouring pages, kids crafts and printable activities for children including puzzles, sudoku for kids, educational resources, homeschool resources and much more!
About Blog - Hands On As We Grow is all about learning to do hands on activities with your kids. I share lots of practical, easy activities, and sneak in learning opportunities whenever I can. You’ll find crafts, art projects, gross motor activities, and fine motor activities regularly on the blog.
About Blog - Totschooling is a blogging mom to a toddler and a preschooler, sharing ideas and resources for early education. On her blog, you will find free printables for toddlers, alphabet games, counting, puzzles, pre-writing, scissor skills, math & literacy.
San Diego, California
About Blog - My name is Deb Chitwood. A former Montessori teacher and school owner with a master's degree in early childhood studies. I also homeschool my kids through high school. Now I write about Montessori activities and ideas, homeschooling and parenting in general.
About Blog - Amy Kilpatrick Mascott is the creator of teachmama.com, where since 2008, she has shared tools and resources parents can use to become the best teachers they can be for their children.
About Blog - I’m Jackie Currie, the creative spirit behind Happy Hooligans. I’m a mom, a wife, a daycare provider, and a self-proclaimed glitterphobe. I’m working on that last bit, and making progress. Here you will find Easy, inexpensive, crafts and activities for kids, as well as parenting topics & and recipes for parents, teachers and carers.
About Blog - The Educators' Spin On is a resource for parents and teachers of young children that helps foster a love of learning at an early age. It shares activities for kids ages 0-8 with ideas for siblings too.
About Blog - Kaplan Early Learning Co. offers innovative products, cutting-edge curricula/assessments, resources and information for educators, caregivers and parents.
About Blog - An international publisher covering bioscience, biotechnology and biochemistry. A Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education.
About Blog - This blog is where Storypark and its community of inspiring educators and parents share their thoughts, resources and tips. Our aim is to help every child fulfil their unique potential, by connecting and empowering the community around them.
About Blog - I'm Karen Cox, a Pre-K teacher in Georgia. If you are looking for teaching ideas and printable activities to help you teach Pre-K, you are in the right place. This site is a place where I share lessons and ideas I use in my Pre-K classroom: everything from math to literacy, fine motor to classroom management. I enjoy creating hands-on printable learning materials, and I share many of those here.
About Blog - Hi, my name is Danielle! We have tons of engaging and effective learning activities and free printables. You will find alphabet activities, number sense activities, science experiments, math and literacy centers and lots more hands-on learning!
About Blog - Sheryl Cooper is the founder of Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds, a website full of activities for toddlers and preschoolers. She has been teaching this age group for over 18 years and loves to share her passion with teachers, parents, grandparents, and anyone with young children in their lives.
About Blog - Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. has invested over 30 years in the field of early childhood education. She owns her own small private preschool called The Children’s Studio for children ages three to five years old. Deborah’s preschool is her place to observe, document, and study early learning in action. She shares her observations and reflections on early childhood education with others.
About Blog - KidsMatter was developed by mental health professionals and education and childcare staff in response to the high rates of school-age children with mental health difficulties and the problems they face getting help. It is is a partnership between education and health sectors and is funded by the Australian Government and beyondblue.
About Blog - Early Childhood Australia advocates to ensure quality, social justice and equity in all issues relating to the education and care of children from birth to eight years. Every young child is thriving and learning Our role in achieving this vision is to be an effective advocate for young children and a champion for quality outcomes in early childhood education and care.
About Blog - I'm Katie. My degree is in Early Childhood Education, and I have been able to help children worldwide while working with sponsorship programs in India (with World Vision) and Romania (with One Child Matters). I'm sharing my best play recipes, teacher tips, & learning activities with a sprinkling of real life!
About Blog - Welcome to The First Grade Parade where together we’ll be marching through the world of primary education. My name is Cara Carroll. In my current role as an educational consultant, I love helping teachers whether it be through meaningful & engaging professional development, mentoring, one-on-one consulting, or even just an encouraging smile and a pat on the back.
About Blog - Welcome to Differentiated Kindergarten! I’m Marsha, a teacher-mom committed to the journey of creating a differentiated classroom for my students. It’s my goal to meet the needs of all my students through fun, engaging and developmentally appropriate activities.
About Blog - Hi, I’m Rachelle Doorley. The TinkerLab Blog chronicles my journey as a maker mom – you can read my very first post here – and it’s also a great place to hunt for science projects, art activities, invitations to create, and the ongoing TinkerSketch Challenges.
About Blog - This blog started as A Mom with a Lesson Plan. It was a way for me to share some of the fun things I was doing with my own kids. With a background in Early Childhood, I knew I had something special to share with other parents. What I didn’t expect was all the learning I would be doing along the way.
About Blog - What the Teacher Wants was started in 2010 as a way for Rachelle to post pictures of her classroom and share her teaching ideas. We share teaching ideas for the K-6th grade classrooms to make life easier for the teacher and learning fun for the students!
About Blog - Hi! I’m Jodi and I’m a 1st grade teacher in Indiana. I am currently in my 16th year of teaching. My first job was as an Art teacher. This was not my major, minor or endorsement, but it was a job and it got my foot in the door. This gave me great experience working with Kindergarten through 5th Grade students, and it allowed me to use my creative side.
About Blog - Nursery World is the leading title for the early years community, in print and online. Discover, share and discuss all the latest news and best practice about early years education and childcare with us.
About Blog - Hadar is a kindergarten teacher and author of Miss Kindergarten blog.She taught kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade students. She loves blogging, crafting, creating and bargain shopping.
About Blog - I'm Mary, a Kindergarten teacher from Georgia. I am a learner. I have a Bachelors and Masters degree in early childhood education as well as a specialist degree in Instructional Technology. I adore my small family. I love blogging, creating games, and instructing little minds. Teaching is my life's passion.
About Blog - Welcome! I’m Cheryl, and I’m a big fan of kids’ artwork! I’ve been teaching Art to kids for over 20 years. Nothing is more inspiring than watching kids of all ages discover their ability to be creative!
About Blog - I've taught in schools as small as 300 students and as large as 2,000 students, both public and private school, from a Title I school to schools where funds were readily available. From this wide range of experiences I've gained wonderful insights of a broad spectrum of what education is all about. You will find my lessons and materials are an accumulation of my experiences.
About Blog - Hi, I'm Ticia! This is the adventures of my family in life and learning. At Adventures in Mommydom, you'll find ways to make your school more interactive and encouragement for you as you parent your kids. Together we can not just survive as parents and teachers, but thrive.
Maple Grove, MN
About Blog - I’m Carolyn, a wife, mom, and grandmother, and an advocate of life-long learning. I am also the author of the Wise Owl Factory which has (mostly) free educational materials for parents, teachers, homeschools, libraries, and scout groups to use. Wise Owl Factory has been providing educational materials online since 2008, although I have been a free-lance curriculum writer since 1974.
About Blog - Nicole, Mom to a 8 year old son and 5 year old daughter. Before staying home with her two children, Nicole taught 5th grade, 4th grade, and then became a Reading Interventionist. Nicole has a degree in Elementary Education and a Masters Degree in Teaching and Learning. Interactive activity kits filled with hands on learning targeted toward toddler and preschool age children.
About Blog - The blog “BOLD – Blog on Learning and Development” is an interdisciplinary initiative powered by the Jacobs Foundation. It is dedicated to spreading the word about learning, child development and youth development.
About Blog - A blog about teaching and learning from preschoolers.
About Blog - I am very passionate about children learning through their play and that is the driving force behind my blog (and pretty much all we get up to). When children are playing they are happy, they are switched on and they are learning. A collection of arts, crafts, messy, sensory play ideas for children.
About Blog - Hi! I'm Kelly Malloy! I'm a curriculum developer and Teachers pay Teachers Seller. On my blog, An Apple for the Teacher, I share classroom tips, teaching ideas and upper elementary classroom resources. I currently teach 4th grade.
About Blog - Kristi Delp is the coordinator and parent educator for Parents as Teachers (PAT) and the manager of this blog. Equipped with a master’s degree in early childhood special education and 20 years of experience, she shares valuable advice and insight on everything from fun family recipes and parenting tips to games and activities that develop motor skills.
About Blog - Childventures Early Learning Academy offers a network of leading childcare centres for preschool & daycare in Vaughan, Richmond Hill, Ancaster, Thornhill & Burlington. Our children are offered the highest quality childcare services & instill in young minds the importance of moral values & character formation. Get the latest updates about Childventures by signing up for our blog.
Ohio and Kentucky
About Blog - 4C for Children educates and supports the adults who care for young children and advocates for public support for quality early education and care for all children. Here you will find best Practices in the Field of Early Education and Care.
About Blog - At Kindertown Education Blog, Find the Best Educational Apps for Preschoolers. Every app in KinderTown has been reviewed by early childhood educators so for the first time, parents can browse for apps knowing every app is not only engaging, but has significant educational value.
About Blog - My name is Susan Irene Rogers, & I work at Commonwealth Children’s Center (CCC) in Boston where I am the executive director. I have been in the early education field for 29 years! I started as a homework tutor. Eye on Early Education focuses on the twin goals of ensuring that Massachusetts children have access to high-quality early education and become proficient readers by the end of third grade.
About Blog - At All My Children, we believe that early childhood years are the most important in a child’s life. We are committed to the continuous customization of performance standards of early childhood development. Our mission at is to enrich the life’s of children by facilitating the opportunity to grow, learn, and play in a structured but fun loving environment.
About Blog - A blog from the Wisconsin Early Childhood Association. Wisconsin Early Childhood Association (WECA) is a statewide, nonprofit organization serving as a professional association whose members care for and educate Wisconsin’s children, aged birth to eight. We are an affilliate of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
About Blog - At Clever Daycare, the Early Childhood Education teams are dedicated professionals who are passionately committed to providing high quality childcare. We provide an education environment that is safe yet stimulating, and a play-based curriculum that challenges each child through creativity, self- choice, and learning through play.
About Blog - FTKny.com has the largest selection of educational enrichment, preschool, gifted & talented and tutoring programs for children ages 2 -14 in the NYC metropolitan area.
About Blog - Welcome to Community Kids childcare & early education centres. With locations throughout Australia, we offer Long Day Care, BASC and Vacation Care near you!
About Blog - Welcome to Penguin Childcare Early Education Centres. We offer childcare, day care and kindergarten programs through Victoria and Northern Queensland. For creative craft ideas for children, tips and tricks for childcare and info on the fun events happening at our centres, check out our blog!
About Blog - The Brook Early Education and Care centre is a new era in child care which is aimed at providing the very best for children’s learning and development. Keep up to date with our latest news, events and community happenings on the Brook Early Education and Care blog. Brook is Gordon Park’s child care centre.
San Elijo Hills, CA
About Blog - Pacific Preschool and Kindergarten is committed towards providing high quality, professional, early education program for your children. Our blog features parental advices from our experienced teachers and director of Preschool. Today, early childhood education is a necessary part of parenting.
About Blog - Inspired EC was established in 2008 and services AU and NZ. Nature-based education, High-quality environment Design, Training and Support of early childhood professionals.
About Blog - John Funk has worked in early childhood since 1979. He taught preschool, 1st and 2nd grades and kindergarten. He worked as an early childhood specialist for a large school district and managed early childhood services for Salt Lake CAP Head Start.
About Blog - Denisha Jones is an Assistant Professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Trinity Washington University in Washington, DC. She is a former early childhood teacher and preschool director. She received her Ph.D. from Indiana University in 2013. She has been active in the fight to stop the corporate takeover of public education since 2011.
About Blog - Cherry Bridge Station International Kindergarten & Early Education We are a unique global brand which recognizes the aspiring needs, support and sensitivities required for our children during those important early years of learning and education.
St. Paul, MN
About Blog - This is a space for Redleaf Press® staff members and authors to share experiences, ideas, and stories with you — the teachers, trainers, and families who care for young children.
About Blog - At Tender Years Child Development Centers, we understand that choosing a daycare & early education center for your child is one of the most important decisions that you will have to make as a parent. The right program can properly prepare them for success in both school and life. It’s a decision that can truly have a lasting impact.
Takoma Park, Maryland
About Blog - At The Cooperative School, we’ve created four distinct spaces which lead the experiences offered in each. Our Four Spaces for Learning include the Classroom, Project Center, Imagination Station, and our Outdoor Play Space. Our unique space and curriculum are intentionally designed by our director, Lesley Romanoff.
About Blog - Sparkles! Child Care Centers provide a safe learning environment while offering parents flexibility and peace of mind. Our roots in family home day care uniquely qualifies us to provide care that feels like an extension of the home with the added component of our educational curriculum.
About Blog - I am an Early Childhood Educator, working with kids and grown ups to come to a deeper understanding of the importance of childhood. I started Bakers and Astronauts in 2008 as a reflective teacher blog, and I have shared my experiences as an educator here ever since. I offer online workshops for Early Childhood Educators, and I make mix tapes for you!
Perth, Western Australia
About Blog - Read blog for the best tips and information on Child Care. Cuddles Child Care Centre is a family owned business who endevour to provide your children with the safest, most loving and hygienic childcare environment in Australia while encouraging and promoting early development.
About Blog - Whether you are a parent, grandparent, guardian, child care professional, babysitter, teacher, or just a caring adult involved in the lives of kids, TLC is committed to provide you with research-based strategies to help you support the development and success of kids. Their blog is meant to connect adults who play a role in young children’s lives to information and resources about early child development.
About Blog - At Chapter 1 we provide a modern purpose built child care facility that promotes the highest level of care for our children and families. Our team of experienced and qualified staff are passionate about our education curriculum that is designed to meet the needs of each individual child and family.
About Blog - At Inverloch Childcare we work in partnership with our community, our families and our employees to provide a sustainable, high quality early childhood education service where each child, their family and their cultural and social context is valued and respected.
Windsor, Ontario Canada
About Blog - I am a Reggio Emilia inspired Full Day Kindergarten teacher and mother to three young children. This blog is meant as a communication tool for the families of our children and as a learning tool for the many educators who follow us.
About Blog - I see this blog as a dwelling place for my enthusiasm about "all things early childhood." I teach 3 year olds and I love it. I enjoy exploring why I do things a certain way - the "theory" behind the "practice." I'd love for this blog to be a soft place for teachers, parents, and caregivers to land, to consider a variety of educational topics, and perhaps help us understand little ones.
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