signing time classroom edition

Using Sign Language for Classroom Management

By Colleen Brunetti, M.Ed., C.H.C Many people are familiar with the idea of what is known as “baby sign language”. The idea that a pre-verbal infant or a toddler with emerging verbal skills can use sign language to communicate with

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March Hand-y Craft: Feelings Flip Book

Create, Learn, and Play! It is important for children to recognize and understand feelings. Our curriculum includes ways to express feelings, and can be found in Preschool and Child Care Program Volume 4, Unit 3 – Can you Feel It?;

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Signing is Movement

By Colleen Brunetti, M.Ed. Over the last several years, children have become more and more sedentary, spending longer time in front of a screen, and less time running, jumping and just moving.  There’s been a lot of concern over the

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