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Football for Preschoolers

football for preschoolersFootball, according to various sports' polls, remains to be the most popular sport in America. No wonder why people queue up at ticket centers for Bears tickets, flock to stadiums or glue their eyes on TV when there's a live coverage of a football game.This popularity makes the idea of bringing football into the preschool classroom a very interesting one. Children get excited as they mimic strong players kicking or passing the ball or the spectators rooting for the home team. They also get to improve
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Blocks for Preschoolers

lego blocks blogComing in different forms, sizes and colors, lego blocks are interlocked to build different objects. Most of the time, teachers need not instruct children on how to form vehicles, animals, natural entities, buildings, robots, etc. because when the blocks are presented to the kids, their imagination and creativity start to take the driver's seat naturally. With this instructional material, children learn how think powerfully and improve their dexterity. As a preschool teacher, you can play
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Origami in the Classroom

origamiOrigami comes from the Japanese words "oru" which means to fold, and "kami" which means paper. In simpler terms, it means the art of folding paper. An advantage of this form of art is it doesn't need an innate talent like that of painting, drawing, etc. With only neatness in folding and patience in following the manual's or teacher's instructions, you're already a soldier ready to take part in the battle. This isn't something new to us, as Japanese people have popularized this simple yet amazing
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Skinamarinky Dinky Dink – Overcoming Stranger Anxiety

holding handsKit shares her experience on how she went through separation anxiety of a toddler.  "It will be his first time to go somewhere without me. Please take care of him," your mother concernedly said to me in broken English. I could feel how worried she was about you. And with how you would behave without her. Who wouldn't be? You wailed like a blue whale, so loud we had to cover our ears, get panicky. What made it more irritating was the niggling reason behind it: your mom was already two steps