Welcome to the Kent Early ICT web site. Within it you will find learning and teaching activities and resources for Early Years and transition into Key Stage One. Click on the themes or pictures below to find out more...
Christy and I are picking orange blossoms. Unlike the desert plants, the blossoms don't affect my allergies one bit. Between the heavy scent and the thrill of dodging bees, it is hard to imagine that anything else exists in our world beyond the moment.
One way to get kids to take a closer look at items in their world is to put it in window book. Something about being able to see through the window book makes the process quite interesting....Read more...
On occasion, I like to pull out my overhead projector for the children to enjoy a little exploration of light and shadows. On this occasion, I invited the children to explore the overhead projector in a number of ways...Read more...
This blog post is a collaboration between myself and Kindergaten Teacher Jere Lorenzen-Strait. In a whirlwind of adrenalin fueled by immediate happenings, we furiously and joyfully created this documentation. It is my hope you feel the energy of our shared dialogue.
My last post brought to the fore a question I often ask myself: Is that allowed? To be honest, it is also a question my colleagues often ask me. When I look over pictures and videos taken over the last year, I see many instances where the question is front and center.
This blog recounts the learning adventure of a kindergarten teacher and designated early childhood educator, who have become intrigued by the early childhood educational approach known as Reggio Emilia.
I've been around the preschool block a few times. I've been in numerous classrooms and heard a variety of teachers interact with a myriad of kids. I've taught preschoolers that are now adults making their ways in the world. (Wait, that's an unnerving thought.) And, often in a classroom, the word I hear more often is a variation of "No."
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