The Goal Of Teaching Preschoolers

The Goal of Teaching Preschoolers

The goal of teaching preschoolers

The goal of teaching preschoolers is to enable children to become self-reliant and confident. Ann Landers says it best in her quote: “It’s not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves that will make them successful human beings.”  Building autonomy in young children will help them become confident adults who are sure about who they are.  Being able to promote autonomy makes us successful as preschool educators.

Positive Guidance For Preschool Children

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The Perpetual Preschool has grown over twenty years!  We have over 50,000 free themes, lesson planning ideas, and curriculum that you can use in your preschool classroom.  You are probably saying “how am I supposed to find specific ideas for my lesson plans?”

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Preschool Teacher Humor-Count Backward

preschool teacher humor

Here’s your daily preschool teacher humor to bring a smile to your face and a giggle in your heart!

One morning we were evaluating our preschooler’s cognitive skills. We asked each child to count to five. Continue reading Preschool Teacher Humor-Count Backward

Where Is The Muffin?

I work with a preschool group. One day during snack time we had muffins, and as we were passing them around, I started to open the milk. I noticed that a child had no longer a muffin on the table or did not seem to be chewing it. Continue reading Where Is The Muffin?