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Our top posts of 2013

Pete the Cat

Just like we have done the past couple of years, we enjoy seeing what our top posts were from 2013! It is fun to take a look on Google Analytics from this perspective and see which posts generated the most interest.   So here we go, our TOP 5 posts, starting with #1 ….

#1: Counting and literacy with PETE THE CAT

This was no surprise to us … we LOVE Pete the Cat!  The books, the songs, and the learning that goes along with him!  (We even love to Book & Boogie with Pete!).  Check out our post review the story and fun activity to go with the story “Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons”.

#2: Supporting preschoolers with transitions

This post features information sent to us by Mary Tabb of the Early Childhood Consultation Partnership, (a wonderful resource in CT that is available to support the social and emotional development of children in your care and in your early childhood program.)  Learn about some tips and techniques for helping young children adjust to transitions more smoothly.

#3: Greetings on the first day of school

We were excited to see these adorable “Welcome back ROBOT” snacks made it in our top 5!

#4: Pets in the preschool classroom

Here was an older post that received renewed interest in 2013.  Many preschool programs incorporate having a classroom pet, as it provides a wonderful opportunity for learning about nature, science and living things.  This post shares information about two grant programs that teachers and schools can look into to help bring a pet into their classroom.

#5: Ready for Kindergarten Book Study: Counting and Number Recognition

Whenever we participate in an online book study, we enjoy the response and interaction we receive from those who visit our blog.  And this year, we are SO very pleased that this post made it to our top 5 … our post for the ” Ready for Kindergarten” book study (by our favorite blogger and author, Deborah J. Stewart, MEd of Teach Preschool)!

In this post, we shared some ideas on incorporating counting and number recognition activities in preschool play.

Thanks for following and inspiring us each day!  We wish you, your students and families a wonderful and prosperous New Year! — Laura & Tressa


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