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Preschool Learning and Social Time with Ms. Liz - Pre-K Circle Time -- Ongoing
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Come along as we explore alphabets and sounds, while using a Montessori style of teaching. During each class we will focus on three different letters and the sound each one makes. I will encourage each child to find something that might begin with each one of the letters. I will also allow the children to make creative choices and pick other things that might begin with those letters as well (for example: their name). Montessori-This method of education is based on self directed activities,...
The goal is to teach letter and sound recognition while engaging in a group discussion. We will also learn to identify things that have the first letter sound we are exploring.
I have worked in a public, private, and home-school settings. Each one of them are very special, but through it all I was given an opportunity to teach a Montessori class and I loved it. With that being said, do you know that many people learn best this way. I feel that this is my area of expertise, because I have studied this way of learning for many years and this is also the way I learn best. I also continue educating myself on ways to improve this learning style.
I would like to encourage parents to spend time with their child/children and review the letters we learn about during class. Parents can also help their child/children by allowing them to use sand, flour or rice to encourage letter forming.
-Dry erase board -Dry erase maker -A set of letter (A-Z)
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Ask open ended questions after each class to see what their child has learned... Almost everything we are doing in class is open-ended. Open-ended questions have more than one right answer, they can be answered in many ways. Listening to your child’s answers is even more important than asking the open-ended questions o Wait 5-10 seconds for your child to think and formulate responses. o Allow your child to fully answer the question without interruption. o Show that you are interested in your child’s answers. o Keep the conversation going until your child gives you clues to move on.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Felecia N. WoodsMontessoriandMoreOnline (B.A. in Education and Health and Human Services)
1439 total reviews
2974 completed classes
Hello, (here is a little info about me) I would first like to thank you for taking the time to read my profile info. As a graduate in Early Education and Health and Human Services "specializing in family and children", I am excited to be a part...