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Toddler teacher

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One of the best ways to teach and engage toddlers is with themes. Here's a list of 15+ themes for toddlers, including learning activities, crafts, and even lesson plans for each! There are lots of fun toddler themes that your 1-year olds and 2-year-olds will love!

Teachers and parents alike will love these lesson plans for toddlers, based on different toddler themes! Learning activities for each theme are included.

22 Circle Time Ideas for Toddlers and Preschool

Here are 22 circle time ideas for toddlers and preschoolers that are easy, fun, and perfect for social development!

Classroom Management Ideas for Toddlers

Before you read this post, I want you to know that I do NOT in any way, shape, or form, consider myself to be an expert on the topic of managing toddlers. There have been so many days where I have left school wondering what in the world I am doing. But I truly love […]

Teacher lesson plan binder (how to make it & what to put inside) for toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten teachers. Get organized! #teacherplanner #lessonplans #preschool #pre-k #backtoschool

Being organized is my jam; it makes me so happy. I love it when everything is organized and has a proper place. I created a Teacher Binder to help me stay organized at school. It’s an awesome tool that I use year-round. I can just grab my binder and find what I need. I...Read More

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If you're looking for some of the best apps for toddlers in 2022 then you'll love this collection. These apps have been tested by myself (teacher and mother) and approved by my toddlers. They are apps that I would happily let my own toddlers play (in small, supervised sessions of course) and that I highly recommend.
Embracing structure and practicing routines provides children with a strong foundation from which they can learn and build new skills.