Kindergarten Essays

Math in Early Childhood Article Review

Math Journal Review The purpose of this article was to explain the use and importance of programs such as the, “What’s the Big Idea” program instituted at the Bennington Library in Vermont. The “What’s the Big Idea” program aims to provide librarians with techniques and tools for introducing preschool and kindergarten students to science and math through literature. Picture books and stories are used a lot because stores are great conveyors to memorable messages about since and math. It also…

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The Negative Effects of Child Care on Child Development

Is child care having a negative effect on the development of children in the United States? Studies show that there are indeed negative psychological and developmental effects on children. Scientists in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom are coming to the same conclusion. It is best for a child to be cared for at home. Over the past five to six decades women have been entering the workforce in ever increasing numbers. Some enter because of financial need…

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Early Childhood

Every child is unique in terms of life experiences, developmental readiness, and cultural heritage. A high quality early childhood program should provides a safe and nurturing environment, which promotes physical, social, emotional, language and cognitive development will ensure a positive continuation of the child’s education process. Kindergarten for children is very important. Most parents and children are excited about this stage in life for their child, as well as children might be a scared or nervous. Kindergartens are still mastering…

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Fde 1000 Part A

I am currently working in a small privately run day nursery on a housing estate and have been there now for nearly six years. Within my setting I have two job roles both of which I am very clear as to what my roles and responsibilities are. Common core (2010,2ek) First of which is Deputy officer in charge which has been my role now for nearly two years and holds many responsibilities and challenges on a daily basis, my main…

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The Value of Integrated Curriculum

?Introduction The integrated curriculum is a great gift to experienced teachers. It’s like getting a new pair of lenses that make teaching a lot more exciting and help us look forward into the next century. It is helping students take control of their own learning. I’m learning more in this course, and I’m doing better than I used to do when social studies and English were taught separately. This teacher and student express an increasingly widespread enthusiasm for curriculum integration….

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Full Day Kindergarten

Full day kindergarten should be mandatory and of no extra cost for all of the elementary schools. This will boost the children’s academic achievement. The children that are exposed to full day kindergarten will learn more in literacy and mathematics than those in half-day kindergarten. The students that are in a full day program get to spend more time on their math, writing, and reading activities. The full day students also get the advantage of being able to participate in…

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Nursery School

My role is to deliver a duty of care as outlined in my job description and to ensure I do this to the best of my ability, whilst observing and keeping in line with the settings, policies and guidelines. This is necessary for the smooth running of the pre school and welfare of the children in its care. How I carry out my duties has an effect on the Service Provision. By following good practice, you provide appropriate care, if…

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Keep and Eppe

The effective provision of pre-school education (EPPE) project is a longitudinal study that investigates the care and development of young children from age three to seven years. It focuses on the effects of children in different types of preschool provision and concentrates on their intellectual, social and behavioural characteristics. It also focuses on factors affecting the child’s development such as interaction between child, family and their preschool environment (Melhuish, E. And Petrogiannis, K, 2006). In order to investigate the characteristics…

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Ech125 T5culturalinstructionalstrategies

Perdew Maria SEVEN-YEAR-OLD MARIA IS AN OUTGOING, HAPPY SECOND-GRADER WITH STRONG LITERACY SKILLS; IN FACT, SHE IS BILINGUAL, SPANISH/ENGLISH. HER FAVORITE PART OF SCHOOL IS READING AND WRITING STORIES. SHE ALSO ENJOYS MATH. SHE IS VERY ACTIVE AND ENJOYS RECESS AND CREATING DANCE STEPS IN PE. SHE IS SENSITIVE AND CAN GET HER FEELINGS HURT EASILY. CULTURAL (ANTI-BIAS) AND INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES: ? USE THE READING AND WRITING LOVE AND HAVE READING AND WRITING ASSIGNMENTS/ACTIVITIES IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH. ? INTRODUCE…

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Ped 212_ Week 5 Final Project

Fundamental Skill: Demonstrate locomotor skills (running, jumping, skipping, crawling, marching, and etc. ) State Standard: Georgia, The Georgia Performance Standards for Physical Education are founded on the National Physical Education Standards established by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education. (NASPE) The Standards suggest what a physically educated student must know and be able to at every grade level (K-12) There are six standards and they are “demonstrates capability in motor skills and movement patterns needed to accomplish a…

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Childcare – Orientation Package

INTRODUCTION One of the goals of the Ministry of Children and Youth Services is to help support social and economic development in Ontario by investing in and supporting an affordable, accessible and accountable child care system which helps benefit children, their parents and caregivers, and the broader community. The early learning and child care system in Ontario should: • be accessible, affordable and inclusive • care for children in a safe, nurturing environment • foster early childhood development • help…

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Readiness of Kindergarten Teachers Along K 12 Curriculum

One of the major reforms in our country’s educational system is Republic Act 10157, otherwise known as “The Kindergarten Education Law” or the K to12 (K+12). This Law made the Kindergarten compulsory and mandatory entry to basic education. This Law was initiated by the Aquino administration in order to address the perceived decreasing quality of education in the country, and to meet the international standard regarding the number of years in basic education. This program will require all incoming students…

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An Evaluation of Academic Performance of Grade

Introduction “Bright minds make bright future! ” Preparatory children nowadays are far  better than before they are more advanced in teaching and more capable of absorbing the methods of learning that used with them. Modern teaching accompanied with modules and analytical measures develop the preschooler’s memory retention that serves as the foundation of their education. Kids today are more willing and not afraid to try to discover new ways and methods of learning. The value of preschool is a hot topic these days. A small…

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Welcome Speech of Annual Day Function

On behalf of Umah’s Day Care, I heartily welcome all of you for this Annual Day Celebration! I could see a unique and talented mix of students and the parents who made this happen, have come to us from every corner of the city. In the coming days and weeks, you will start building lifelong friendships for those who are joining us; you will begin classes and you will start to explore ways to fill out your days and evenings…

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Classroom Observation

1. Who are the children who participate in this program? They are all local children and the majority are those who attend the church. Who are the staff members? What are the minimum qualifications required to work here for teacher and teacher aide/assistant positions? -The current staff members include women and one male, who does Chapel. -The qualifications required to work is a college level degree or associates degree to be a teacher. An assistant or aide is a basic…

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