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 Teaching Preschoolers : In The Classroom

Articles In This Section:

24 ways to get something for nothing and practically nothing! - There may be no such thing a free lunch, but there are many other things that are free for the asking. The best advice I can share is ask, ask, ask. You have nothing to lose by asking for what you need. (Added June 17, 2000)

Welcoming Children - As you say good-bye to some children, you will be saying hello to others. Or you may be welcoming all the children back after a long summer holiday. Feeling welcome is important to children. It puts them at ease and helps them adjust more easily to their surroundings. (Added June 17, 2000)

Art Materials: Use With Caution - Art and craft activities are two of the most common activities found in educational and child care settings. Activities like painting, drawing, or working with clay introduce children to basic art  concepts. They also promote exploration, creativity, and expression of emotion. (Added June 17, 2000)

Cooking With Children: Kids in the Kitchen - Children learn by touching, tasting, feeling, smelling, and listening. They love to help prepare food and cook because they can use all their senses. Children like to eat the foods they make. Plan ways the children in your care can help you. Be sure to consider the age of the child. (Added June 17, 2000)

9 Easy to Make Musical Instruments for Kids - Children love music as much as they enjoy making things. Why not join these two creative forces and make one or all of these fun and easy musical instruments to encourage play and creativity. (Added September 17, 2000)

 



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