Rain, rain, go away; come again another day! When the weather isn’t cooperating, toddlers can become bored or anxious being stuck inside. Because finding fun activities for children to do inside can sometimes be a challenge, here are ten indoor rainy day games for toddlers.
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A functional and organized library is essential for every preschool center. Having a place where children can discover and explore all types of books fosters both independent and group learning. By creating a warm and inviting reading area, preschoolers are more likely to take advantage of the classroom library.
On July 23rd, 2015, Really Good Stuff presented the third in a series of free professional development webinars for teachers. The recording of the webinar is below and can be viewed on any device enabled with Flash. Organizing Your Classroom Library Webinar
It’s that time again. Time when the dog days of summer start melting into the countdown to the return to classroom life. While students are soaking up the last bits of summer fun, teachers are torn between the back to school anticipation and wanting to deny that their days outside of the classroom are numbered.
Sensory tables originally started out as sand and water tables. These pieces that were originally designed to facilitate early learning through the use of sand and water are now much more than that. With the growing number of schools and homes incorporating sensory tables in the beginning stages of learning, engaging toddlers in sensory play
During the July 2015 #TeachChat, we discussed tips and tricks for classroom organization. Really Good Teachers from around the country chimed in with their best advice, lessons learned, and thoughts about the topic. Read their insight below in the transcript of the chat.
Guest post by Jessica from Astute Hoot. Using picture clues or detecting, is a key strategy for beginning readers. Pictorial clues can serve as a bridge to decoding strategies such as sounding out and blending and also compensate for weak decoding skills in struggling readers. Pictures can also increase comprehension by providing elaboration for a
It’s time for Really Good Stuff’s Sizzlin’ Summer Scavenger Hunt! From July 6th to Thursday, July 16th at 9am EST, you will have a chance to win a $200 Really Good Stuff shopping spree. The official entry form and rules can be found HERE.
It’s hard to believe, but before you know it you’ll be welcoming back students and parents. This year, try something new to make all of your families welcome. This idea by Heidi Samuelson of Swamp Frog First Graders is one way to do just that. Originally posted in 2011, Heidi’s ideas hold true years
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