With the warmer months now upon us, your playground is likely getting used a lot more than it was in winter. Check out these helpful tips for giving your playground a thorough review to make sure it's safe for all of the children in your care.
Learn how you can use emotion to help children pay better attention with the tips shared in this I&I article. Just changing the intonation of your voice can help signal to children that what you're saying is important and that they need to listen.
Spring is the perfect time of the year to explore STEM (or STEAM) with your students! Whether it's experimenting with color mixing, learning about nature, or discussing changes in the weather, there are plenty of wonderful learning opportunities.
Wondering why flexible seating is a popular topic in education these days? Read this I&I article to learn how you can use different types of flexible seating in your classroom! You may find that flexible seating is the solution you've been looking for.
Are you looking for tips on how to support non-English speakers and dual language learners in your classroom? In this blog post, we list a few things you can do to support all of the children in your class. Don’t forget to download the free printable!
Children’s emotions can have a positive or negative impact on their ability to learn, make friends, and much more, which is why it’s essential to teach children how to identify and manage their emotions in early childhood classrooms.
Educational carpets and rugs often get overlooked in the classroom, but they can be instrumental in children’s education by reinforcing concepts and/or helping children practice essential early math and reading skills.
The newest craft on the Kaplan Blog combines nature with art. Whether you take a nature walk with children to collect natural materials or ask them to research different types of birds, there are plenty of opportunities for added learning experiences.