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My baby started Pre-K today.

A special education classroom with maybe 6 kids in the class. He’s the only non-walker in the classroom. I don’t know much about his class yet so I don’t know if he’s the only child on the spectrum in the class. 1,854 more words

Life

Quick Links for PHL PreK Users

The following resources have been compiled to help accomplish PHL PreK-specific tasks in ChildWare (PDF viewer is required, and links open in new window):

Attendance… 45 more words

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Things to Remember as an Assistant in a Montessori Classroom

Assistants can be a wonderful asset in a Montessori classroom.  In a Primary classroom, they are almost a necessity!  Over the years, I have had the pleasure of working with many dedicated and caring assistants.  1,340 more words

Kindergarten

BUSY BUSY BUSY (Shadows and Light)

I feel like I haven’t written in so long! Last week we were busy with Groundhog Day and learning about shadows and light. I set up a black light on the wall by my writing table a provided white paper and different color highlighters for the kids to write and draw. 769 more words

Reggio

Transitions

One of the hardest parts of the day in my classroom used to be transitions. I’d tell the kids to clean up and get ready for the next activity, and suddenly little Suzy is crying, Johnny is running laps around the art table, and I’m pulling my hair out trying to bring down the energy level in the classroom to focus on the task at hand. 463 more words

Child Development

Transitions! Part 2: Before and After

I was going through my pictures on my camera and my phone looking for ones to share on here, and I came across BEFORE pictures of my classroom when I moved into it during the summer! 423 more words

Reggio

Every Good Writer Began In Preschool

Each day spent in my classroom is a day filled with adventure, fun, blessings, and most of all learning. Watching little minds grow and blossom as they engage in new experiences is perhaps one of the most rewarding aspects of teaching in my classroom. 1,156 more words