The worldwide web is excellent: ask any question on Google, and chances are you’ll get intelligent answers fast! Besides being a seemingly endless source of information, The web is also an excellent resource for community, support, and inspiration. And as such, it is a hugely valuable resource for early childhood providers.
As we all know, the working life of early childhood caregivers is infinitely rewarding. But it’s exhausting and challenging at the same time. Working with parents and children every day takes patience—creativity, and complex social and communication skills.
Sometimes, the chances are that the coal face might be overflowing one day. And in times like this, The launch of a web and global community of early childhood providers plays an essential role in educating the world’s youngest citizens.
Connecting with other educators Experiencing the same daily reward cycle and challenge is equally revitalizing and inspiring.
However, going to different web sections to find inspiration is time-consuming and easily lost. So this week, That’s why we bring you a curated list of featured blogs for preschoolers.
Please note that educators and moderators individually write these blogs.
Also, this list is still ongoing. So if you know other early childhood caregivers that we should follow, please let us know!
Let the kids play. Highly experienced Australian early childhood educators run this wealthy and stable blog. and a source of good ideas and understanding
Liam McNicholas Liam is an experienced teacher, writer, and early childhood activist. And is a frequent commentator on Australian and international preschool learning policies.
Inspired by EC Tash, Nicole opened this blog. It’s full of great ideas to motivate and educate early childhood educators.
Ideas on Tuesday There are many unique activities and inventive ideas in this blog. It is compiled by early childhood educator Niccola and is adaptable for children of all ages and backgrounds.
Little Lifelong Learners Casey runs this blog and says:
“Her goal is to help enthusiastic elementary teachers regain their valuable time by providing engaging and hands-on resources and activities for young learners!”
And unique ideas are updated regularly.
Kath Murdoch Kath is an education consultant, and although her blog is not limited to the early childhood sector But there is some good advice. For teachers working with young children
Teacher Tom, this excellent blog will affirm all the reasons for becoming a Primary teacher and provide lots of inspiration and ideas.
Teach preschoolers Deborah Stewart; another American early childhood educator, performed the work. and have suitable activities and many inventive ideas
Don’t forget to let us know your favorite blogs. And then, we will add it to the list.