A baby’s first words tend to reflect familiar people and objects. Various strategies are available to encourage and build your baby’s vocabulary.
Preschool & Early Childhood Education
Preschool teachers, day care workers and parents are sure to find all the tips, lesson plans and activities they need to keep their babies and toddlers happy and learning. Bright Hub’s Early Childhood Education Channel provides thought provoking articles and preschool teaching advice as well as a vast collection of activities, projects, arts and crafts. Managing Editor Laurie Patsalides is a certified PreK-6 teacher, and leads a team of equally experienced writers and professionals. Read articles on early childhood education as well as blog posts & forum discussions and watch educational videos in the media gallery. Join the Bright Hub community to ask questions, network with peers and share your own experience.
Teach your children about the worldwide transportation system typically called a train. You can help them learn how trains are used to transport people and items from town to town. The train is a perfect topic for any class and especially in the preschool classroom.
This article introduces preschoolers to natural animal habitats and animal homes. It explains how animals need homes much the same way people need homes. Many preschoolers usually have a curiosity about animals and teaching about animal homes can further develop their interest about the environment.
Here is an activity to reinforce learning at home. The activity uses sidewalk chalk and materials you can find outside. This article describes how to use activity for math practice and one for letter practice
These activities for preschoolers are perfect for breaking the ice on the first day of preschool or when new students join the classroom. They are also great opportunities to learn about other cultures and develop a healthy sense of self-worth. Read on for stories, bracelets and more!
Not sure what to do with your preschoolers this summer? Summertime is a great time to be outdoors, and there are so many activities you can do with your preschoolers.
Positional Plagiocephaly, also called baby flat head syndrome, is a condition in which an infant’s head becomes misshapen and flat. It occurs when the skull’s plates begin to harden, and one of them hardens in an awkward position due to external pressure. This pressure usually happens when the inf
Having an ambidextrous child simply means that the child can use both hands with equal dexterity. This article will help you understand handedness in children as well as give you several tips for working with your ambidextrous child.