How to use Write the Room for Engaged Learning
Young children are little explorers. They love magnifying glasses, binoculars and touching everything in sight! As we know, this is how young children figure out the world- through exploration! So, when planning academic activities for young children, why not build off their need to explore?
In this episode, I will tell you all about my reimagined version of ‘Write the Room’, which I call ‘Hunt the Room’. I’ll tell you exactly how to use it and what skills you can cover by using this fun activity with your young explorers!
- Hunt the Room – not write the room – my resource that allows ALL of your students to join in the fun
- How to use Hunt the Room
- Hunt the Room Skills
- Tips for using Hunt the Room
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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.