Monthly Archives: March 2014

Language, Literacy and Reading Aloud… part 1

Chapter reading is one of our treasured moments of the day in the classroom. We bring to life the imagination, the world, and the past. The anticipation of ‘what happens next?’ stirs excitement every day. Children listen and think. They … Continue reading

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Art, Music and Technology

We’re learning about France in the classroom and also studying the art of the old masters, like Monet, Picasso and van Gogh.  Describing styles of art to young children with pictures and techniques is always exciting; using real watercolor paints … Continue reading

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This Was a Great Day!

Romana, Geography, Milly, and ‘Blind Travel’ “The Story of Learning, and a Great Day in the Aqua Room” The best learning often takes place at unexpected times.  As teachers, we have to recognize the moments when children are curious or … Continue reading

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Welcome to Jennie’s Blog.

Originally posted on A Teacher's Reflections:
I am excited to share with all of you my insights into teaching young children.    There are so many good things that I have written about, from reading aloud to music, art, ‘traveling’…

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Welcome to Jennie’s Blog.

I am excited to share with all of you my insights into teaching young children.    There are so many good things that I have written about, from reading aloud to music, art, ‘traveling’ across the world, eating in our Chinese … Continue reading

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