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  • When I play, I can: Share toys Trade with a friend Take turns
  • CIRCLE TIME: eyes are watching, ears are listening, voices are quiet, body is still
  • "Good Morning boys & girls! I'd like to introduce you to a new girl in our class. Her name is Angelica. Let's share the toys with her. We can have some fun learning and playing together!"
  • Philosophy/lessons learned: From birth to age 5, learning how to freely and purposefully explore the world around us is the primary goal of early childhood education. It is also important to develop self-regulating behavior when interacting with other people of all ages. Children benefit when teachers and families work together to accomplish common goals.
  • When I am sad or angry, I can: Use my words Tell how I feel Use the safe place to calm down
  • "Let's read the word list together! Now, who would like to try to read the words on your own? Remember... we will help you, if you get stuck."
  • Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic... and more!
  • hug bug shrug lug tug mug snug rug
  • I can read those words! It says....
  • Mrs. Johnson's Class Visits the Zoo My favorite animal at the zoo was the tiger. I like when he chased the other tiger into the water!
  • It's hard to wait for my turn!
  • Philosophy/lessons learned: From age 5-8, it is important for teachers (and parents) to continue using developmentally appropriate practices. Children should be supported as they continue to learn by asking questions and seeking answers. Learning is a fluid process... a balance of hands-on free exploration & intentional planned learning experiences.
  • 2 + 2 = 4 5 + 2 = 7 10 + 2 = 12 24 = 2 = 26
  • I hope I can do it!
  • Library's are not quiet places anymore!
  • If you need a quiet space, just ask a librarian. Working quietly in a study room is usually an option.
  • Philosophy/Lessons I am Learning: From birth to age 18, it is crucial that librarians/media specialists work with children and their families to develop skills in traditional literacy, cultural literacy, and information literacy. Using libraries to help families connect and relate in this age of information is essential to their future happiness and success.
  • So please keep in mind: There's no need to "Shhhhh" anyone!
  • "I think you will really like this story! Can you guess what it is about by looking at the cover?"
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