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Some may believe the art center to be a luxury in the early learning classroom. Not so! It is a necessity! One art center project that has numerous benefits is an activity I call Construct. Not only is this activity a great way to practice and master the Geometry Standards of the Common Core, it can benefit the child in many other ways.
Apples are one of the most popular thematic units for fall. This year, add some new hands-on activities to your classroom. Here are some of our favorite super cute apple activities for Early Childhood Educators that line up with early learning standards.
ESGI is doing a happy dance over our newest “Friend of ESGI!” Vanessa Levin of Pre-K Pages has joined our team of professional custom assessment authors with an introductory series of Pre-K basic skills assessments, including Kinder Readiness. These fantastic resources are available to ALL ESGI subscribers!
We love creating books with our kindergartners! And they love having literature to take home and keep their own copies of pieces of forever. But we want to keep our prep time to a minimum and make the children responsible for the work. So here’s a brief explanation of why and how we do that!