Teach with an approach that complements the way kids learn - Resources & activities for busy educators
As a teacher of young children, you know that there's only so much little kids can learn by listening and watching. They need to figure stuff out for themselves and have opportunities to talk and ask questions. They need to interact with others and have sensory experiences and have time to wonder. They need to solve problems and wiggle and play.
A key to successfully teaching children is to present topics in ways that capitalize on their natural inquisitiveness. Children learn so well through play, they observe, investigate, test and problem solve and don't even realize they're learning.
Once you teach in a way that matches the way kids learn, it’s easier to have captivated students, and it’s also easier to get them to take actions, like participating in math or reading or writing activities and recording their observations and results.
If you're feeling overloaded by the work involved in teaching this way, as well as all the other demands of being an educator, if you're looking for help to teach more effortlessly, you've come to the right place. I provide tips, resources and products that help you not only feel confident with play based learning but also make it uncomplicated and achievable.
If you want to offer a more exciting learning environment, enjoy your students more, and be able to walk out the door a little earlier after school, hop on board, check out my site and subscribe to Kindergarten-Lesson News to receive updates and free resources.