Friday, March 12, 2010
Dr. Einstein was not successful in school,
but he found something in the air from his
own imagination and his own brain power,
and look what he did.
The brain has always fascinated me. I see children struggle with various tasks and parents fret and compare their child to siblings or other children with in the preschool classroom…. Often times within weeks or months they have surpassed their peers and everyone’s expectations with skills they have acquired.
hammering and shaking is going on.
It is such an amazing process and I am so glad to be a part of it. Just like what we feed the body I know it’s important to feed or minds proper information. There are things I can do with the preschoolers to keep the cognitively alert with in the early childhood setting.
*Maintaining a safe happy environment
*Promoting kindness and a sense of community
*Encouraging creativity, questions, and science all around us
*Including the children’s ideas and play in the preschool curriculum.
I like the video because it had so much information…David Elkind was one of my favorite authors. I apologize for the music at the end of the video…um, at least I think it’s music.
It gave me the heebee-geebee’s.