Creative curriculum

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Creative Curriculum Organization

Welcome back to my blog! In this post I am going to share how I organize all of my Creative Curriculum materials. I get asked about this a lot when I post on my Instagram stories so I thought that this would be a good place for me to explain it all in detail and […]

Amber West
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Modifying The Creative Curriculum for my Self Contained Classroom - Engaging Early Learners

Welcome back to my blog! In this post I am going to share how I modify the Creative Curriculum to fit the needs of my students. I want to preface this post by saying that my administration is extremely flexible with their expectations of the preschool teachers using the curriculum to its fullest. The curriculum […]

Elaine Donnelly
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My Preschool Curriculum

Two Points: This is MY method, and not necessarily right for you, your teaching or care philosophy, your set-up, or your students. Curriculum participation by my students is VOLUNTARY. I invite them to participate, but if they choose not to, then that is fine. I usually offer them a choice of a few of the activities and let them decide where we start and where we go. An engaged child learns, a dis-engaged child rebels. The 3-year rotating curriculum is theme based. Some times we stick to the…

Laquita Bond
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Clothing Activities and Centers for Preschool, Pre-k, and Kindergarten - Pocket of Preschool

Clothing activities and centers for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students to practice literacy, math, science, fine motor, and MORE!

Jen Stazio
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Trees, Trees, and Trees!

We have been learning all about trees this week! We started off by reading a book about oak trees. Then the lion cubs made a simple chart showing the life cycle of oak trees. We learned about the parts of a tree and I created a pictorial input chart while teaching the students. Then they drew and labeled the parts of a tree in their science journals. Next, we unscrambled a sentence about an acorn which included "little" which is one of the high frequency words that we learned this week. You…