“When patterns are broken, new worlds emerge.”
To be the same yet so unique. I watch children develop and thrive in their own way. All children develop at their own pace as far as their language, reading, knowledge of the alphabet, and fine motor skills. I strive to consistently make the preschool environment fascinating and interesting for them.
One day I was taking dictation on one of the kids.
“Excuse-ah me, Ms. Barba?”
“Yes?” I looked up from my dictation.
“I am writing about the children for my notes.”
“Need some help?”
“What a great idea! I would love some help! You write about Jenna and I’ll take Leesa.”
“I am on it, Ms. Barba!”
How do you help new worlds emerge in your early childhood environment?