If there’s one common thread that runs through every single thing we do in pre-k, it’s setting the foundation for all of our kiddos’ future learning! We set the foundation for their social/emotional learning, reading, writing, math… literally EVERYTHING! And it’s absolutely no different with the skill of decomposing numbers.
In the world of early childhood math, there are some things most of us know. We know that we need to teach things like colors, shapes, numbers, counting, sorting, patterning, and graphing. And depending on the age you teach, addition and subtraction are probably on that list as well. And
I’m definitely a summer girl at heart, so I always get a little sad when the hot summer temperatures start turning into cooler fall weather. But, I do love the fall because of all the fun things that it brings! I love, love, love college football! It’s definitely my favorite!
Sensory bottles are such a great tool to have in any classroom! Whether you teach toddlers, preschool, kindergarten, or elementary, you are going to encounter kiddos who need time and space to self-regulate and calm down! These for sensory bottles can help them do just that, and they are super
Circle time can be a ton of fun! It’s such a great way to start your day, end your day, or gather your class together at any point in between! It’s great for building community, practicing skills, and sharing good books. But… if you don’t give your kiddos a chance
Spring is my my second favorite season (Of course, summer is first in my book!!) I love all the signs of new life when winter comes to an end and it starts to warm up. I love being outside in the beautiful weather. And I love being able to pull
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