Jumping in with Experience Toddler!

I love that Experience Early Learning with Mother Goose Time makes the planning easy. It’s inevitable that teachers are going to get sick this time of the year. After all, we work with a lot of little people who share all their germs. When a teacher calls out sick, especially on Monday morning, I appreciate that the curriculum is all laid out and easy to use. 76937834_544443009446397_3037487591415873536_nWhen I’m subbing in a classroom last minute I’m glad that I can pull out the day’s activities and everything is pretty much ready to go. Maintaining consistency with our little ones is especially important when their regular teacher is unavailable. The poster for the week told me immediately that this week is about “Resourcefulness”.75462357_717483238760514_3903011286396436480_n There were four cards (the activities for the day), a book to read, stickers for one of the activities and the weekly newsletter. The lesson cards are easy to use especially nice when you are normally not a Toddler teacher!

70171586_2392121791054495_5796780727911579648_nThese activities in the Experience Toddler curriculum are definitely more age appropriate for this group. They are working on skills that are going to benefit them in our preschool class. We appreciate that Experience Early Learning puts in all of the effort to plan these awesome activities.  Not only do our Toddlers love these activities, but the teachers do too!

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