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The Best Part of Me Project. Read the book "The Best Part of Me." Have students pick their favorite body part and write a descriptive paragraph or poem. No guidelines, no rubric. Take a black and white photo. 4th Grade Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Fourth Grade, Listening Activities, Grade 3, Third Grade, School Auction, Art School

The Best Part of Me

Here is a project that I have done for many years with my third graders. I moved up to fourth grade this year and I have a handful of the same students, so I can't do it again until next year! I read the book "The Best Part of Me." The book is written by children who describe their favorite body parts. I have my kids pick their favorite part of their bodies and write a descriptive poem or paragraph. I also read some of my favorites from past students. I don't give any guidelines or a rubric…

6 Education Theorists All Teachers Should Know Infographic - e-Learning Infograp. - 6 Education Theorists All Teachers Should Know Infographic – e-Learning Infographics - Teacher Education, Student Teaching, Elementary Education, Teacher Resources, Research In Education, Education Jobs, Education System, Education Quotes, Higher Education

The 6 Education Theorists That All Teachers Should Know

A cheat sheet of education theorists and their research based teaching practices.

One of the things that most inspires me about schools in Reggio Emilia is the connectivity they have to the families and the communities they serve. Something I am striving for this year is a stron… Reggio Emilia Classroom, Reggio Inspired Classrooms, Classroom Displays, Classroom Organization, Classroom Layout, Classroom Design, Kindergarten Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Infant Classroom

Fostering partnerships between home and school…

One of the things that most inspires me about schools in Reggio Emilia is the connectivity they have to the families and the communities they serve. Something I am striving for this year is a stron…

My Art is in the Trash!” Article/Handout for Parents, "What is Child Art?" (from Anna Reyner, Art & Creativity in Early Childhood Education)Article/Handout for Parents, "What is Child Art?" (from Anna Reyner, Art & Creativity in Early Childhood Education) Reggio Emilia, Arte Elemental, Learning Stories, Learning Quotes, Art Handouts, Creative Curriculum, Toddler Art, Preschool Art, Preschool Learning

“Mommy, My Art is in the Trash!”

“Mommy, my art is in the trash!” said 4-year-old Noah with shock and dismay. This is how Board Supervisor, Janice Rutherford, opened her keynote speech to a large group of educators. She held up he…

Motivation in the classroom. These are a few key points a teacher can incorporate into the classroom to drive motivation for students. Learning Tips, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tools, Teacher Resources, Mobile Learning, Writing Strategies, Student Learning, Behavior Management, Classroom Management

27 Ways To Promote Intrinsic Motivation In The Classroom

Some ways to promote intrinsic motivation in students your classroom include using inquiry and lessons that require their creativity.

Letter of the Week is no longer a teaching best practice. When we know better we do better!--After the article, there are links to other early-childhood literacy articles I want to read. Preschool Writing, Preschool Literacy, Preschool Letters, Early Literacy, Kindergarten Reading, Literacy Activities, Parent Letters, Kindergarten Graduation, Teaching The Alphabet

Letter of the Week

Do you teach a Letter of the Week? Nobody ever said teaching young children to identify the letters of the alphabet was easy. In fact, teaching letters to young children can sometimes feel like an uphill battle. You’re definitely not alone, many early childhood teachers struggle to teach their preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students to ...

The Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics is referred to widely within the early childhood field and is highly respected. Early Education, Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Australia, Learning Stories, Family Day Care, Thing 1, Early Learning, Teaching Tools, Child Development

A voice for young children

This new version of the Code of Ethics is a set of statements about appropriate and expected behaviour of early childhood professionals. It reflects current pedagogical research and practice, providing a framework for reflection about the ethical responsibilities of early childhood professionals. Designed especially for early childhood education and care environments, and based on the principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (1991) this code of ethics has…