Nov 26, 2018

Felt Advent Calendar and Number Recognition

We all know the traditional Advent Calendars filled with a chocolate a day leading up to Christmas. 25 days of sweets! Recently, there seems to be many variations to the original calendar for both children and adults. This year, I made one for my teenage son who claims his father eats all the chips in our home (actually, this is true)!

This is an "Advent" Calendar made with felt ornaments that could be placed out throughout December in any Early Childhood Environment and helps foster number recognition.

Alternatively, the ornaments could be matching which would help with transitioning out of Circle Time.

So easy to make and fun to interact with!

Happy Holidays

Apr 14, 2018

Online Workshops for Preschool Teachers and Early Childhood Educators

Circle of Ideas ECE Online Workshops

Teaching Young Children About Feelings

Beyond a Book: The Benefits of Different Ways to Tell Stories with Children

Structure is Important

Drama Play in Early Childhood Settings

Bringing the Inside Out and the Outside In 

The Benefits of Sensory Play in Early Childhood Settings 

Circle Time Basics

The Benefits of Music Within Early Childhood Settings

The Importance of Multiculturalism in Early Childhood Programs

Ideas for Quiet Time Within Early Childhood Settings

Theme Days are Fun

Fostering Math Skills in Early Childhood Settings

Visual Communication and Presentations in Early Childhood Environments
Recycling Material in Early Childhood Settings