Thursday, November 17, 2011
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Preschoolers are eager to learn about different occupations such as construction workers. This will help preschoolers learn about their environment and about different people and their occupations.
The pictures illustrates a painter. I have written an article on construction workers that feature carpenters, builders, and plumbers.
I've also written a How-to Guide on construction workers that feature carpenters, builders, and plumbers. The guide tells you how to teach preschoolers about construction workers.
Friday, May 21, 2010
You need a set of flash cards that show the basic colors and teach one preschooler at a time. For example, let’s say you want to start with blue. You will show the preschooler the blue card and say as you point to the card: This is blue; say blue; point to blue. The preschooler will repeat what you say. You will do this three times before you proceed to the next color.
When the preschooler has learned blue, you can continue with another color using the same exercise. You also want to review the previous colors along with learning the new color. For example, while you teach the new color, you can point to the previous color and ask them: What color is this? They should remember the color you just taught them. If they don’t, you will need to teach the color again.
You continue this process until you have taught the preschooler the basic colors.
Sunday, May 16, 2010
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Preschoolers probably wonder about the different seasons and usually want to ask the question "Why?" because they want to know why things happen.
I have written an article on how to teach preschoolers about the seasons. I explain the four seasons and give you instructions on how to teach preschoolers.
I have also written a How-to Guide on seasons and have included pictures of the different seasons, so you can help the preschoolers learn about the seasons.
Friday, May 14, 2010
Preschoolers are at the age where they can learn about shapes. There are different shapes all around us, and preschoolers should be able to identify the different shapes in their environment.
I have written an article for parents and teachers to learn how to teach preschoolers shapes, I have also included various activities that you can do with the preschoolers.
In addition to the articles, I have written a How-to Guide that provides more information on teaching shapes
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Preschoolers are at a good age where they need to learn how to organize their toys. In my article and How-to Guide, I provide information and activities to help children develop their organizational skills.
I have written an article on helping preschoolers develop their organizational skills.
I have written a How-to Guide that will give you ideas on how to help preschoolers develop their organizational skills.