Angel Avery-Wright Plastic bottles are everywhere: water, soda, juice, etc. They are a great resource for the early childhood classroom. They can be used in dramatic play, science, and art for a variety of activities.
Recipe 3 long cucumbers 2 tomatoes A small box of raisins Ranch dressing Needed: Paper plates Review during story time: The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle Preparation: Adult slices cucumbers and tomatoes into thin
Natalie Grebe Most Americans are well-aware of the benefits of healthy eating. Posters in the doctor’s office, magazine covers, social media and television shows barrage us with information on what to eat and when to
By Stefanie Camoni Preschool children love to pretend. They pretend to be police officers, fast food workers, moms, dads, even puppies and anyone or anything they have encountered, watched on TV, or read about in
Suzanne Glenn The Environment Rating Scales (ERS) are some of the most important assessment tools currently used to assess early childhood programs. An ERS assessment provides a range of information on program structure, interactions, personal