Songs, rhythmic chants, and small and large movement activities can be an enjoyable way to holistically support young children’s emerging math skills. Before children are able to count to ten or add and subtract, they are developing their mathematical understanding.
Webinar attendees embarked on a PAWTASTIC early learning adventure with Travis Brorsen and his talented canine companion, as they introduced life skills, character development and bully prevention for the early childhood classroom. Travis and his talented canine companion equipped students with the self confidence and skills they need to be successful in school and at home.
With so many apps and digital tools marketed to young children, it’s hard to know what kind of experiences children are having when engaging with them. Not all apps are created equal, and this edWeb.net Prek-3 Digital Learning webinar explored the issue by examining the different affordances of digital playgrounds (and playpens).
This session offered ten easy-to-implement yet essential strategies to optimize learning for little ones ages 0-5. Strategies included harnessing the power of music and movement, incorporating sensory experiences, using repetition to cement knowledge, and more!
Before you turn your conventional classrooms upside down, consider how the very different needs of your youngest learners should shape blended learning implementations for PreK-Grade 3.
Children are naturally curious, and this is an opportunity for you to spark their imaginations and feed their curiosity. Discover ideas that will engage your 21st century learners in educational, playful and meaningful ways.
edWeb’s new Early Childhood Learning Solutions community kicked off their first webinar with Dr. Jean, teacher, consultant and celebrated author of more than 10 books on the topic of early childhood education, and guest host Stephen Fite, award-winning musician and writer!
This webinar, held by edWeb’s PreK-3 Digital Learning community, helped clarify the role of gaming in education and provided webinar attendees with the information they need to effectively incorporate technology into childhood development.
Music can be an incredible and enjoyable tool to use with children of all ages, however, many early childhood professionals don’t realize that the means to do this are very accessible for any educator regardless of music “talent” or experience.
edWeb.net and Frog Street Press will partner to help early childhood educators positively impact the future of young children in the classroom by creating a free online professional learning community on Early Childhood Learning Solutions.