Pre-School Tips on Classroom Management

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It may be your job to introduce the students to concepts such as working in groups, being respectful while others are talking, and managing simple self-help skills such as hand washing and cleaning up after themselves. In order to make the children's introduction to school a positive one, you will need some basic classroom management skills and the ability to be flexible.
Know that what works for one teacher will not always work for you. Try several different methods for lesson planning, behavior management and classroom communication before deciding what works best for you and your students. Be sure to bookmark this guide as it will be updated as more articles are added. * slide 2 of 3
Tips for Preschool Classroom Management
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Each step is spelled out in detail, as well as strategies to try when all else fails.
Effective Parent Communication
The cornerstone to a good pre-k program is effective communication between the school and the parents. When parents are actively involved in their children's education, everyone benefits. Learn some easy ways to open the lines of communication with parents through newsletters, conferences and a classroom website.
Writing a Welcome Letter
Unsure of what to say to welcome new families to your classroom? Learn how to write your welcome letter to new parents and students in an informative and engaging way. Tips on including gentle reminders and classroom goals as well as adding your own flair to the communication tool are some of the highlights here.
How to Host an Orientation Event
What's the easiest way to present information to all of your new pre-k parents? Host an orientation in your classroom. It will be your turn to show off your classroom and share your preschool knowledge with parents as well as relay any important information parents will need for the upcoming school year. Here are timely tips for planning the event, inviting parents and students, and covering mportant information. * slide 3 of 3
Being a prekindergarten teacher can be scary if you don't have the right tools for the job. With some basic prekindergarten
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