I love this time of year. The weather is turning cooler. College football is in full swing. It’s postseason time for Major League Baseball. And the holiday season is right around the corner. As a human in general, I really love October. But, as a teacher? That’s a different ballgame.
I want you to picture this scenario with me as you read along: You are in your preschool classroom. You ask your kids to come to the carpet for circle time. They all quietly walk to the carpet, find their spots, and sit down. They are looking at you eagerly
Teaching the alphabet is a huge part of what we do in preschool & pre-k. Every state has different standards for this, but in Texas our kids are expected to know 20 uppercase letters, 20 lowercase letters, and 20 letter sounds by the end of the year. That means I
September is one of my favorite times of year. School is in full swing, college football is back, and (if we’re lucky) fall weather is starting to show up some. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a summer girl all the way! But those summer temperatures can often mean inside recess,
A day in preschool is filled with fun, joy, wonder, and smiles. We fill our schedules with circle time, read alouds, centers, and outside play. And we fill our classrooms with lessons, activities, and experiences that bring learning to life for our little learners. But there is one thing –one
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This 5-step planning framework is the backbone of Circle Time Made Simple™ and will change the way you look at your circle time! Learn how I plan and manage my circle time so that I get my students engaged and KEEP them that way!