10 Must Read Early Childhood Education Blogs
If you’re an early childhood educator looking for resources to help you enhance your classroom, look no further than these 10 must read early childhood education blogs.
These blogs offer creative, actionable ideas that you can implement in your classroom right now.
Discover inspiration for your preschool classroom related to literacy, art, STEM, sensory play, motor skills, and more. A recent post details how to make memory books with your students, while another lists awesome ideas for outdoor learning.
Run by daycare provider Jackie Currie, this blog centers around learning through “art, crafts, and good, old-fashioned play.” Ideas are easy and affordable, like these cereal box self-portraits.
Free activities and printables to inspire preschool minds are posted weekly. To easily find what you need, browse by learning areas or themes. You’ll find songs, book activities, crafts, and much more.
Teacher Tom’s blog focuses on best teaching practices and how to effectively manage an early childhood classroom, as in this post about dealing with a child’s separation anxiety.
Simply Kinder is packed with ideas for making kindergarten more academic, while still being fun and developmentally appropriate for young children. You can also find free printables, like this Pom Pom Addition Game.
Find tips for meeting the needs of all your students with engaging, developmentally appropriate activities like sensory tables. You’ll also love the colorful photos showing you how to bring Marsha’s creative ideas to life.
Get expert advice on everything from encouraging collaborative play in the preschool classroom to changing a child’s diaper while watching other children.
Save time by using the lesson plans, resources, and printables created by veteran early childhood educator Vanessa Levin. You can find activities linked to popular storybooks, plus classroom management tips like what to do about biting in preschool.
If you follow these blogs, you’ll never run out of fun and enriching ideas for your early childhood classroom!