Tag Archive: math

Parent PhD’s “Back to School” Videos with Parents Magazine

I recently worked with Parents magazine to develop short videos about Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st Grade and 2nd Grade.

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Math, Science, Social Studies and ELA in Block Play

Early childhood educators know that children learn the best and the most through their play. We are trained to see the learning and the different “content areas” within the play, and then ask good open-ended questions to enhance the children’s learning. Here is a video of simple block play experience with a 4 1/2 year …

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What’s your name?

So it’s time for your Kindergarteners to learn the letters of the alphabet. I mean really¬†learn the letters. They all can sing the ABC song, but can they really point to each letter and identify it? Probably not. (And that’s fine by the way).¬†I suggest using the children’s names to jumpstart your exploration into letters.

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