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Preschool Lessons

Preschool Lessons

Learning Objects: A little help for our kids

LET'S ADMIT, there are concepts that are hard for teacher (and parents, as well)  to explain just by reading the text or simply looking at an image.  Sometimes, we have to see how it moves or how it works to be able to completely comprehend the idea.  One example is the motion of the planets or sounds of musical instruments.

Thanks to technology, we now have learning objects . Learning objects or LO's are online instructional  materials use to illustrate, support the learning  or supplement  the understanding of a certain concept ...

ALPHABET FOR PARENTS

An article contributed by a preschool teacher in Caloocan City, Philippines. You, too, can have your articles published here. Send them through e-mail to OurHappySchool@yahoo.com.)

LEARNING ABC’s is perhaps one of the primers of preschool learning. One can’t learn to read unless he/she knew it first. But as we, parents, strive to open the doors of learning to our children, we must also persevere to master this “ALPHABET for PARENTS” by Sor Benedict:

Children's 'Holy' Commandments for their Parents

An article contributed by a homemaker in Valenzuela City, Philippines who is currently enrolled in a culinary school.(You, too, can have your articles published here. Send them through e-mail to OurHappySchool@yahoo.com.)

 

ALL PARENTS DESIRE to be the best parents they can be. Hence, they do everything to ensure that their children are raised well and are given the proper love and attention.  They also strive to create a positive relationship between them and their children as parent-child relationship, just like any other human relationships, requires work and effort to make it strong and successful.

Even if it is the worst or first of its kind

MARGARETTE SINFUEGO LINESES, the contributor, is from New Era University and currently taking up Bachelor of Science in Accountancy. (You, too, can have your articles published here. Send them through e-mail to OurHappySchool@yahoo.com.)

 

UHAAAH! IT'S A BOY! . . . tears overflowing down my cheeks . . . “Mama, it is a baby boy!” . . I have a brother now!
          My father was dancing and singing in great joy.  Relatives came, to see the newcomer, the new member of the clan, and that was my sweet little brother ...
 

Is My Child Ready For School?

THIS IS THE QUESTION faced by parents nowadays concerning their pre-schoolers. And, as a parent of a three and a half year old kid, I too have qualms and reservations regarding my daughter’s entry to the world of education.

As far as I remember my kindergarten days, it was a relaxed opportunity to learn the basics of education such as reading and mathematic skills required for grade school through play activities. Playing, dancing, singing nursery rhymes, reciting alphabet, counting, eating during recess time, and taking naps were some of our daily activities ...

Learn to Write Alphabets

Back to school! Moms, are you having a hard time teaching your preschoolers how to write the alphabets? This video is a fun way to teach them. Good luck!

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