My name is Maritza Grajeda and I hope to one day teach at an early childhood center or be a pre-k teacher. I am currently a student teacher for a bilingual pre-k classroom, which I am so excited about. I hope to learn a lot this school year and make a positive difference in those students lives.
Tue, Nov 29, 2016 12:28 PM in Do you have blocks in your classroom?
I am a student teacher and I am currently placed in a pre-k classroom. When I first visited my cooperating teachers classroom, I was surprised to find out that she didn't have any blocks in her class. I remember asking her about it and her telling me that she doesn't like for students to believe that they go to school to play with blocks. Therefore, she never puts them out but she does have differ...
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Tue, Nov 29, 2016 12:00 PM in Engagement for the lesson
To make your science lessons engaging from the start, I think young children need hands on activities. Activities that will require them to move around, use manipulative, and make connections to the outside world.
Tue, Nov 29, 2016 11:52 AM in Science Books for Younger Children
I would recommend any Eric Carle books. His books are repetitive and colorful for young children to read. A few weeks back, I did a science lesson on animal characteristics and read From Head to Toes by Eric Carle. I used the animals in the book to talk about some animal characteristics. I hope that helps!
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