When it comes to play-based learning, sometimes it’s hard to see what children are actually learning.
Think about it, in a center where children are sitting and doing worksheets or workbooks, we can see the learning outcome.
But, in a play-based classroom (the best way for children to learn) this learning isn’t as easy to see. It takes a trained eye to see what benefits and results can come from centers or hands-on activities – not much of which is coming home in a backpack.
So, it becomes our job to communicate the amazing, endless learning opportunities that play-based learning can bring.
There are many ways to communicate the benefits of play to parents.
In this episode, let’s discuss center signs!
- Why preschool center signs shouldn’t be just a label on the wall
- Using the center signs to teach/inform other adults
- How to make the center signs work for you
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Are you a busy preschool teacher who loves gaining new ideas, perspectives and inspiration for your classroom? The Lovely Preschool Teachers Podcast is here to help you up your confidence in educating early learners in a quick, actionable way!
As an early educator who is still in the classroom, Ashley Rives will share the ins and outs of how she runs her classroom in a play-based, child-centered way. Each week, expect a new episode focused on actionable strategies to level up your abilities and confidence as a preschool teacher.
Ashley Rives is an early educator with over 17 years of experience and a strong passion to help teachers implement child-centered learning in preschool classrooms all over the world. You can follow her on Instagram @lovelycommotion or learn more at the Lovely Commotion Preschool Resources website: www.lovelycommotion.com.