Outdoor play boosts children’s health and wellness, as well as supports their learning and development. Learn how the outdoors provide a wonderful environment for growing preschoolers’ physical skills.
Creating a supportive, inclusive environment can prevent challenging behaviors in preschool-aged children. This special Teacher Time episode focuses on useful tips for setting up the physical environment, establishing routines, making expectations clear, and more.
Spending time outdoors supports children's physical and mental well-being. This webinar explores how adults can use outdoor environments as a tool for supporting children’s learning and development.
In this Preschool Approaches to Learning episode, explore how creativity helps children develop analytical thinking, communication, and social skills with peers and adults — skills essential for school readiness.
Discuss how outdoor environments create ideal conditions for children’s social and emotional development. Hear how adults can use outdoor environments to help build social and emotional skills in children ages 3 to 5.
Discover strategies to support initiative and independence in preschool-aged children by building on their eagerness to ask questions, play, and learn.
Cognitive self-regulation skills — or executive functioning — are key school readiness skills. Explore the importance of cognitive self-regulation for preschoolers and learn ways to support their development.
These four Teacher Time episodes focus on supporting the four sub-domains of the ELOF Approaches to Learning domain with preschoolers and their families.
Follow along in a discussion on the importance of emotional and behavioral self-regulation for preschoolers.
Learn to use questions to support and expand children’s curiosity and exploration. Explore the important role of language in supporting young children’s thinking and learning.