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Educate Your Kids The Fun Way With These Sites

March 9th, 2011 by admin

Looking for a way to educate your kids without hard work? You won’t have to try to hard to get them to love these fun, but educational sites.

SFS Kids

SFS Kids offers fun with music. It’s a great way for your kids to gain a  detailed knowledge of the musical world while still having  fun and,  since it’s run by the San Francisco Symphony, you can be sure that the  musical information is reliable. The   Music Lab is divided into 8 sections, starting with the basics, where kids learn the language of music – all about notes, staffs and more.

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Different Methods Of Teaching Preschoolers

May 3rd, 2008 by admin

When you begin to look for a preschool for your child you’ll notice that most of the schools look the same. There will be teachers and children and small tables and chairs; there will be children’s drawings on the walls and toys on the shelves.

The critical differences between one school and another may not be in the classroom environment, but in what the teachers and children are doing. In some schools, the children will spend the day playing with whatever strikes their fancy while the teachers watch and answer their questions, in others, the children will spend much of the day seated at the table all coloring in the same shapes and pictures while the teacher guides them explaining what to do and how to do it.

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What You Must Teach Your Preschooler

April 29th, 2008 by admin

Preschool Education – What You Must Teach Your Preschooler – by Deanna Mascle

Many members of my mother’s generation did not even attend kindergarten. Many members of my generation did not even attend preschool. With my son’s generation preschool has become a necessary part of preparation for formal education. In fact for most children, formal education actually begins with preschool. That does not mean that preschool education begins the first day of preschool. In fact, if you want your child to successful in preschool and beyond then you must prepare your child for preschool. What are some of the things you will need to teach your preschooler?

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The Alphabet Printables

April 29th, 2008 by admin

One great way to teach our children about the alphabet is to correspond words and pictures with each letter. The following link is from Funschool and you can download and print pictures of the alphabet with a picture that goes with each letter. They are coloring sheets.

http://funschool.kaboose.com/preschool/learn-abcs/printables/index.html?page=3

Preschool Activities: Use Snacks And Crafts To Teach ABCs

April 1st, 2008 by admin

Preschool Activities: Use Snacks And Crafts To Teach ABCs

Everyone knows that it is important to teach children the
letters of the alphabet. After all, it is clearly an important
building block for learning to read and other early education
milestones.
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The Mother Is Crucial In Preschool Teaching

March 27th, 2008 by admin

The Mother Is Crucial In Preschool Teaching

Preschool teaching is as important as a classroom. Any one who teaches is a teacher and anyone who learns is a learner. It is a fact that we learn throughout our life and so it is not just the classroom where we get knowledge.
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Preschool Lesson Plans- Where to Start

March 21st, 2008 by admin

4175836thm.jpgPreschoolers tend to learn differently than school aged children, and adults. They seem to learn more by example and by having fun. Think of how they learn how to talk, it is by trial and error, they just keep giving it a go until they get it. So, when it comes to preschool lesson plans you might be unsure where to start. There are several options though so take your time and don’t rush.

First of all you can choose a curriculum, although this might seem boring and like you would be more tied to doing the curriculum and only sticking to the curriculum, you dont have to do that. The best part of homeschooling preschoolers is you can take an extra day or two here and there and take the lessons even further if they really want to.

You can choose some preschool activities you find online and in books and do one activity a day. If you do this you will want to make sure you are also bringing in things they need to learn, like colors, shapes, and letters.

Last but not least you can wing it, and make everyday and every moment a learning moment. Using their toy cars you can teach them colors and counting, using their books they can learn the alphabet and little by little reading.

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