Leaving a comfortable and familiar environment isn't easy for anyone, which is why it's important to help preschoolers be socially, emotionally, and academically prepared for one of the biggest transitions of their young lives (aka kindergarten).
Are you looking for ways to get all of your students answering questions and participating in class activities? Learn how you can encourage student participation in the classroom with these five tips.
Storytime is such an important part of early childhood care and education settings. Be sure to check out these tips on creating an effective storytime format for the infants and toddlers in your care.
From learning about different types of precipitation to discussing changes in temperature, the winter months provide a variety of opportunities for children to learn about different aspects of weather.
Looking for science-related activities you can do with your students this winter? From making frozen crayons to studying snowflakes, we have some great ways to explore winter science!
Want to know how Worry Eaters® can take a bite out of your students' worries? Learn how Worry Eaters work and why they're the new must-have tool for social and emotional learning!
If you want to add more variety to your classroom library, be sure to check out our picks for the top 10 books and book sets you need to include in your library for students to read and enjoy.
It's that time of the year again. No one wants their child to come home with a cold or the flu. Read our five tips for stopping the spread of germs in your classroom this winter.