Kindergarten: A book for teachers and parents

Teacher Tattle Tales

  • Susan warns about what can go wrong when children bring pets for show and tell. This is one area where parents need to be part of the game. When it come to naps, there is a lot of academic pressure today to not nap. She believes that if children need naps, it is no point to fight it. If parents end up watching your class for some reason, do what you can to let them know what the planned activities are, but don’t be surprised if they can’t follow them. At least they will end up appreciating how difficult your job is. For parties, try decorating cookies and avoid cupcakes. They are way more messy and kids may enjoy decorating as much as eating.
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