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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Get great preschool ideas from early childhood bloggers

There are many wonderful bloggers out there that provide great resources for preschool teachers. There are blogs with descriptions and photos of creative art projects, blogs about curriculum, blogs by favorite children's authors, and blogs with great ideas to share with your parents.

You have managed to find this blog and I want to help you discover more great blogs for early childhood educators. Reading through blogs from others who are passionate about early childhood education can ...

  • Inspire new and creative ideas for your classroom
  • Lead to new connections with other early childhood professionals
  • Introduce you to latest trends or ideas in early childhood education
  • Motivate and Inspire you

Blogging may seem simple but it actually takes a great deal of hard work. When you find a blog that you really love or that has sparked some good ideas, be sure to follow that blog. Following a blog lets the blogger know that there are people out there that share the same passion. A shared passion motivates the blogger to keep writing more!.

Preschool blogs you may like
As promised, here are some early childhood bloggers that offer terrific ideas and resources. If you find one you like be sure and click on "follow".

Excellence in Early Childhood Education (This one!)
Little Fingers That Play
Preschool Playbook
Imagination Soup
The ABC Home Preschool Blog
Raising Itty-Bitty Bookworms
Annies Alphabet Home Childcare
Pre-K Pages
More Than a Children's Music Class
Sippycups and Fingerprints
Homeschool Creations
Play is Essential
The Ramblings of a Crazy Woman
Eric Carle's Blog
Room To Grow: Making Early Childhood Count
Discussions Regarding the Preschool Observation Checklist and Evaluation Tool (POCET)


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Having trouble Following a Blog?
many blogs now have google connect or require another form of login ID. This helps protect the blogger from spammers and helps the reader to keep track of his or favorites. If the "follow" link does not work then click on "sign in" anyway and a series of sign-in choices should pop up that you can select from.

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