child made bulletin boards with handmade borders! As I’ve mentioned in the past, I love creating bulletin boards with children’s work! Sometimes it’s with their writing, as with my interactive writing displays. At other times it’s with individual art, like our Thanksgiving bulletin board. Sometimes it’s with group artwork, as well. No matter which wayKeep Reading
With Thanksgiving this month, it’s a great time to talk with the preschoolers about being thankful. After we discussed thankfulness, I had the children work together on a simple Thanksgiving bulletin board. This way, much of what they’re thankful for could be on display for the entire month! I must admit I love using kids’Keep Reading
A fun way to display children’s apple hand print art!
I have been excited to participate in the Virtual Book Club for Kids this month, especially once I saw that the month’s author was David Shannon. Ever since I read No, David!, I’ve been a fan of his work. Since my preschool class has been studying the farm, I chose Shannon’s book Duck on a Bike as theKeep Reading
As I’ve previously said, I am passionate about early literacy! The way we learn to read and write fascinates me. I love teaching children to read, write, and enjoy the whole process of literacy. Specifically, I like using meaningful activities to teach the kiddos. I like to use children’s writing as part of bulletinKeep Reading