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Saturday, May 21st, 2016
9:26 am
Cara bermain mainan edukasi kayu city block 26 dan manfaatnya bagi anak
Deskripsi : Dibuat menggunakan cat non toxic yang aman untuk anak-anak. Untuk anak 2-5 tahun.

Manfaat Mainan Kayu City Blocks 26
Dengan mainan "wajib punya" ini anak dapat mengembangkan keterampilan berpikir problem solving, pengenalan warna dan bentuk. Juga permainan ini dapat merangsang kemampuan kreatif, imajinatif dan eksploratif anak yang akan menjadi fondasi berpikir logis dan matematis.

Cara Bermain Mainan Kayu City Blocks 26

Sebagai langkah permulaan biarkan anak mengeksplorasi sendiri mainan tersebut.
Setelah itu, mulailah beri contoh bagaimana menyusun balok-balok tersebut.
Setelah beberapa kali memberi contoh, biarkan anak berkreasi dan berimajinasi membuat bangunan menurut seleranya sendiri. Berilah pujian pada anak apapun dan bagaimanapun hasilnya.

Bunda tertarik untuk memesannya, silahkan menuju ke halaman cara pemesanan ini.
Ukuran box: 26 x 21 x 3 cm
Kode Mainan Kayu City Blocks 26 AMK 26

Friday, May 20th, 2016
10:17 am
Manfaat mainan anak dari kayu fish kolintang untuk melatih motorik anak
Mainan anak dari kayu ini terinspirasi dari budaya asli yang sudah berabad-abad dimainkan. Kolintang atau kulintang adalah alat musik yang terdiri atas barisan gong kecil yang diletakkan mendatar.
Kolintang merupakan bagian budaya gong Asia Tenggara, yang telah dimainkan selama berabad-abad di Kepulauan Melayu Timur - Filipina, Indonesia Timur, Malaysia Timur, Brunei, dan Timor.
Alat musik ini dibuat dari kayu lokal yang ringan namun kuat. Nama kolintang berasal dari suaranya: tong (nada rendah), ting (nada tinggi) dan tang (nada biasa).

Manfaat Mainan Anak Dari Kayu Fish Kolintang
Mainan ini mengeluarkan bunyi saat diketuk. Melatih koordinasi mata-tangan anak dan motorik kasarnya. Untuk anak 2-5 tahun. Dibuat menggunakan cat non-toxic yang aman untuk anak-anak.

Cara Bermain Mainan Anak Dari Kayu Fish Kolintang :

Contohkan cara mengetuk papan fish kolintang ini.
Ketuklah setiap papan secara bergantian. Tiap papan yang diketuk mengeluarkan bunyi yang berbeda-beda.
Mengetuk dengan lebih keras juga menghasilkan nada yang lebih nyaring, selain itu juga dapat melatih motorik kasarnya.

Bunda tertarik untuk memesannya, silahkan menuju ke halaman cara pemesanan ini.
Ukuran 5 x 15 x 25 cm
Kode Mainan Anak Dari Kayu Fish Kolintang AMK06

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014
10:57 am
Sunday, August 30th, 2009
6:23 am
silly question

Hello. If a student needs to use a bathroom should he just leave the classroom or tell the teacher or raise a hand?. I am sorry for such a silly question but I went to school in a different country with different traditions

Thursday, July 23rd, 2009
8:30 am
Bag Buddy?
I think that's what these are called - you send a stuffed animal home with a notebook in a bag, and the child (or parents) write about what they did, then send it back to school for the next student. Anyway, I'd like to do this next year. I never have before, because my students had a hard time bringing things back to school, but I really want to give it a shot. Does anyone have a good introductory note that explains the activity in a simple way? We have a very large ELL population, the simpler the better. I'll do it myself, of course, if no one has one, but I thought it might be nice to not have to "reinvent the wheel".
Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009
5:13 pm
lesson plans...
I am thinking about doing my lesson plans on the computer this year instead of my old-school way of writing them in my plan book. Does anyone have a good template or other resource for writing plans?

Sunday, March 15th, 2009
9:04 am
new scholastic site
Anyone else try the new Scholastic site yet? It wouldn't let me enter my coupon code for $5 in free books, even though I qualified. And, of course, it's Sunday, so I can't talk to anyone. Grr. Had to vent to people who would understand.
Saturday, February 28th, 2009
1:18 am
New Teacher Discussion Community
Teacher's Nook: http://www.teachersnook.net

Come and help us make the community grow. It's also a way to get additional support and feedback from your colleagues. (You can NEVER have enough of that! Can you?)
Friday, February 6th, 2009
4:29 am
morning or afternoon kindergarten?
Hello. I live in Illinois where I have a choice of morning or afternnoon kindergarten. What would you recommend? Where would you enroll your own children?
Friday, November 14th, 2008
5:39 pm
I have an interview on monday for  kindergarten materniry leave positon beginning in january.  i have been on a few interviews, but never for a maternity leave. are there any different/specific questions they would ask since i will only be there half the year?
Monday, September 8th, 2008
6:03 pm
Are the planets aligned strangely?
..because today was Monday.
And my class was AWESOME...
(Kinder with an enrollment of 11.)
Plus, they came off a three day weekend as our district has Fridays off.
They were NUTS last week...
5:55 pm
Lucy Calkins
Anyone else using the Lucy Calkins Writers Workshop with their kinders? I really loved the whole concept, and tried it for the first time today (we have been told we must do 9 mini lessons before Sept 23). Wow, interesting. They all totally copied me. Ayway, just wondering if anyone else has done it, and what they think! I'm assuming it gets easier and better for the kids.
Wednesday, August 6th, 2008
12:13 am
After reading THIS POST I was kind of on a bummer because I realized there's so much to do and the summer is nearly over. (We start with kids on the 25th.)
But today I went in to do some more ordering and I was able to unpack a lot of things that I had ordered back in June.
I've always been the type who loves school supplies and just looking at those aisles in stores makes me drool, ever since I was a kid. (Is there a teacher who wasn't like this?)

Anyway. Now I'm pretty psyched to start. Even though the boxes weren't wrapped in pretty paper, it was like Christmas morning...!

Here's some pics of my haul:
Excuse the poor quality...they were taken on my cell phone.

School Stuff! +3Collapse )

Hope this doesn't offend anyone.
I figured if anyone would know what I'm feeling, it's other Kindergarten teachers!
I'm glad I went to school today because now I am getting the bug to get back!
Friday, June 13th, 2008
6:03 pm
Hi all, I'm new to the group because I just got my first kindergarten teaching job. I'll probably have more specific questions later but for now, I was just wondering if you have any hints, time-savers, advice or anything of that sort that you care to share about anything at all? Are there any particular books or resources that you use that you really like? Thanks!! =)
Wednesday, June 11th, 2008
6:55 pm
promotion day
Having just had our promotion day celebration, I was wondering what other Ks do. We are a building of 3 pre-k rooms and 6 ks (3 am/pm, 3 full day). We had our promotion day on Tuesday, although th kids still attend mornings only until Friday. The kids sang 3 songs - one cute one to the tune of the Addams Family, This Land Is Your Land (Greg and Steve), and our closer was our traditional "World Is A Rainbow" (Greg and Steve), which due to our multi-ethnic and multi-lingual population is very fitting. We also did 2 poems - K Is For Kindergarten, and I'm A Little Star. We did 3 ams and 2 full days in the morning together, and 3 pms and the remaining full day in the afternoon. The kids did a processional out, and we met the parents in the basement area for cake and juice (the basement was nice and cool!). Parents were encouraged to take their kids home after the celebration, although of course, us full-days had a few leftovers because the parents had to work. It went well, but for a few years we didn't have the ceremony because our principal didn't think it was age-appropriate. I sort of agree, but the parents love it so much. Anyway, new principal, back to promotion day. We also have a picnic at the park on the last day of school, and families are invited to stay.

So, what do you all do to celebrate the end of the year?
Tuesday, June 10th, 2008
2:48 pm
A great film for those in the business of education.
If you're a teacher, you should see the film Chalk. If you're a student, you should DEFINITELY see the film Chalk. Presented by Morgan Spurlock (the guy who did Super Size Me), this film is like The Office, but in a school setting. I know a couple teachers and while I have no idea what teaching is like, a friend of mine who teaches science told me it's not far from the truth. Which is scary, because this is a mockumentary.

Anyway, I thought y'all might like it. Enjoy!


X-posted... everywhere? :)
Friday, May 30th, 2008
11:36 pm
Colorado Teachers...
I created a community for Colorado teachers or those interested in teaching in the state of Colorado.

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008
5:15 pm
Portfolio advice
I'm currently working on my teaching portfolio in preparation to apply for job's (most likely early childhood teaching in preschool's)

Át the moment I'm writting up my educational philosophy which is obviously a personal peice of the portfolio but if anyone has any advice or recommendations (website, books, files etc) that might help me out then let me know (not just for writting the philosophy, anything that may help for any part of the portfolio!)

Thanks in advance :ó) ...and sorry for the cross posting!

Current Mood: thoughtful
Monday, April 28th, 2008
5:24 pm
I received a call today asking to come in on Thursday for an interview for a kindergarten position! I am so excited!! This is my dream position, in a perfect school district.

I have never ever been on any interviews. Ever. Any tips/advice?

Saturday, March 29th, 2008
11:09 am
Can anyone here explain HQ status to me?

I'm trying to find out what the HQ status of an early childhood teacher with an early childhood degree would be.

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