There are those times when unison aids success. That's pretty much how a family should work.
A little behavior tip for you guys! Hopefully, this one works as well for you as it does for us!
Wishing you all the best!
There are those days when you just don't have enough!
When you think about your abilities, stemming from your family background, things such as likes, dislikes, and even hereditary particulars, it makes you as an educator such a unique person.
A calm down song (to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle) to help any of those little ones who may not know how to calm themselves down after being upset.
With feelings of togetherness on our mind, and a family theme to share ideas for, we put together a cute partner dance activity for you!
What the teacher expects of you
Children appreciate crafts that can teach new things, especially when this new information relates directly to someone they know, in this case, their teacher.
Just a little tip to make meal time with those kiddos who kick up a fuss to eat, a little less stressful and a little more manageable! More tips and ideas for educators, parents and caregivers @iteachkids.org.
Differences are what make the world we live in such a unique place. From the general landscape of each country to their respective cultures, these differences are celebrated and definitely contribute to the beauty of the world.
Your first class can create some serious nervous feelings. Here are some coping ideas to make that feeling a lot more manageable.
The following activity is a yoga pose spelling activity. Students will be taught specific poses that make their bodies look like each letter in the word Family.
A quick little song to help your little ones get excited about washing their hands!
Word play songs tend to get our crowds riled up. They become engaged and start singing along.
There is a first time for everything!
Many of our previous warm-up activities rely on the individual and their body, but today's activity calls for a companion.
A quick tip to help with diaper changing troubles.
Curriculum planning is the foundation for teaching.