I have been teaching preschool for over thirty years. This is my passion. I believe that children have a voice, and that is the catalyst to enhance or even change the learning experience. Emergent curriculum opens young minds. It's the little things that happen in the classroom that are most important and exciting. That's what I write about.
I am highlighted in the the new edition of Jim Trelease's bestselling book, "The Read-Aloud Handbook" because of my reading to children. My class has designed quilts that hang as permanent displays at both the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, and the Fisher House at the Boston VA Hospital.
This was so cute Jennie😍
I’m glad you liked it, Rita. 😍
Ritu, I really hate auto correct. So sorry for the Rita. ☹️
Lol! I do it all the time Jennie! Don’t worry!
This is really sweet, Jennie.
Thank you, Robbie. 😍
A dog lover’s delight. 🙂
I love these thing that have no words or language issues. They can be enjoyed by everyone the world over, and teach a valuable lesson without hammering it home. 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
Well said, Pete. I completely agree. 🙂
Downright adorable, Jennie!!
Jennie, thank you for this smile. What an adorable thing. TGIF hugs!
So glad you enjoyed it, Teagan. Happy weekend and hugs to you. 😍
I sure wish WP had a love button. 🙂 This was just too sweet for words. Great start to my day. Thanks to you and Inga for sharing this. Have a wonderfilled weekend.
Thank you, Marlene! Inga is the best. She just knows, and then somehow she finds the best of the best, and shows them to me. I often feel like she is my Merlin. Lucky me. And, I do wish WP had a love button, too. 😍
What you give comes back! I love the message and of course, I absolutely love the dog. What a sweet video. I bet the kids just loved it.
Thank you, Darlene. Yes, what you give comes back. The kids loved the video. They were so silent and pensive.
That was so sweet – thanks for sharing it, Jennie.
You’re welcome, Dan.
How sweet! Thanks for sharing.
So glad you enjoyed this! You’re welcome.
Oh that’s so sweet!
Thank you, Deborah!
Benjamin loved this video. We watched it over and over this afternoon. He was pleased that Joy gave worms to the heron and then the heron gave the fish to him. He remarked : “Sharing is so important.” What an excellent teaching tool for children. Thank-you for sharing!
I’m so glad that you and Benjamin watched this together, Ellen. He “got it”. That is big!
Thank you for this touching and caring little film. It was fun watching but also teaches us to
Well said, Miriam. Thank you.
So sweeeeet! Thanks for sharing, Jennie ❤️
A pleasure, Tina. It is so sweet, indeed. 😍
Jennie, this is a wonderful video. Thank you so much for sharing. It’s made my night. I feel all warm and fuzzy inside. (as long as I try to not think about the fish :))
Thanks, Norah. 😀
A sweet video Jennie. A silent, multilingual story. ❤
I thought so, too. Glad you enjoyed it. ❤️
I love animation. This is so cute and so sweet.
So glad you enjoyed this, Dayne. 🙂