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Teaching Tips, Readiness

6 Preschool Math Activities: Numbers, Counting, and Beyond!

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We are all familiar with the core areas of learning: “Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic”, or more recently, the focus on the STEM and STEAM initiatives. These are meant to remind us of the basic...Continue reading

 

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Readiness, Announcements

Our New Pre-K Curriculum: 5 Fun, Foundational Facts

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The word is out: the Get Set for School Pre-K curriculum has been updated! We’ve taken our fun, foundational Pre-K program and expanded it to reach...Continue reading

 

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Multisensory Learning, Readiness

Character Spotlight: Meet Squawker!

Meet Squawker

It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s…no, it’s definitely a bird! Today, in honor of National Bird Day, we’re introducing you to Squawker, our loveable parrot puppet for teaching preschool students Oral...Continue reading

 

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Teaching Tips, Readiness

Countdown to Kindergarten! 4 New Year's Resolutions for Your Pre-K Classroom

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The countdown to kindergarten has begun!

Mid-year is here and for Pre-K teachers that means time with your little learners is winding down. The next few months are all about making sure...Continue reading

 

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Teaching Tips, Readiness

4 Pre-K Post-Assessment Implementation Tools

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Fall is in full swing and you know your Pre-K students much better now than you did a month ago. You’re starting to figure out what they love and what doesn’t keep them engaged, and where they...Continue reading

 

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Teaching Tips, Readiness

Are Your Pre-K Students Ready for Lowercase Letters?

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The Pre-K classroom on the first day of school is quite a place to behold! All these little ones—some well-versed at saying bye to their families, some crying nonstop, some knowing their shapes,...Continue reading

 

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Teaching Tips, Readiness

How to Correctly Hold a Pencil

Teaching Pencil Grip and Pencil Grasp

In order for children to write fluently, they have to have a good grip. Grip needs to be explicitly taught when children are first holding pencils and crayons. It can be...Continue reading

 

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Readiness, Announcements

Preparing Your Preschoolers for Kindergarten

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Are your preschoolers ready for kindergarten?

 

Answering this question requires an assessment...Continue reading

 

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Readiness, Ask the Experts

How to Determine your Pre-K Classroom Progress

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It’s been about five months since your little learners first entered the classroom. Together you have trekked through the world of fun, foundational learning with lessons that involved identifying...Continue reading

 

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Teaching Tips, Multisensory Learning, Readiness

Happy Occupational Therapy Day!

World OT Day is October 27! This is a day to acknowledge and celebrate the hard work of occupational therapists around the globe.

 

Handwriting is one of the most common referral...Continue reading

 

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