I am so excited to share some ideas for using printed Post-it notes in an early childhood classroom or at home.
Happy Friday! Before I start a beautiful spring weekend, I thought that I would quickly share a fun FREEBIE with you. CLICK HERE to download a Counting Around the House recording sheet. Send your kids on a counting mission. Can they find and count all of the doors, windows, tables, beds, mirrors, and sinks in your house? If you have a two story house, children
I was a picky eater when I was a kid. I frequently played around with my food instead of eating, and I frequently got in trouble for doing it. Well, now I know that playing with food isn’t always a bad thing. Snack time, in particular, can be a great time to work on some early learning concepts. Here are several ideas for snack time learning.
I had a bad experience with conversation hearts when I was a kid. After eating some of the classic Valentine’s Day confection, I happened to suffer from a stomach bug. So, for years I associated the little candies with being sick to my stomach. Years (okay….many years) later, I can finally eat them again. Not only do I like to eat them, but I
Cardinality is the idea that the last number counted is the total. Ask a child to count 5 objects. He or she may be able to count them correctly 1,2,3,4,5. Now ask the child, “how many are there?” If the child can tell you that there are 5 objects, he or she understands the concept of cardinality. If the child goes back and counts the objects again,