Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Objective: The purpose of this assignment is to apply what you have learned about the early childhood classroom by creating a visual representation of the classroom.
Directions: You are to create a classroom diagram to scale. You will use the following criteria. Each are worth five points each.
- room will be 22 X 30 (feet)
- Scale the drawing so that 1 inch = 1 foot
- include 8 centers and label these
- include 2 doors/exits
- include a sink
- boys and girls bathroom
- distinguish between carpet and laminate flooring
- include at least ten representations for toys, blocks, books, etc
- be colorful and creative
Total points = 45
To help you with scaling, you may measure our classroom cabinets, doors, sink, book shelves, etc so that you know how much room these things take up. Refer to your notes and book page 640 for center information.
Monday, March 12, 2018
What options do we have for child care? What are the pros and cons for each? For your early work today, recreate the following chart in Google Docs and complete the information needed. Name two pros and cons for each.
Type of Care
Home based in your home
Home based in their home
Center Based Daycare
Sunday, March 11, 2018
|Having Fun at Chili's|
|The Boy's Prostart Team Winning Bronze|
|Team Hospitality on the RED Carpet|
Clapping Along and Having Fun at Sessions
|Team Hospitality for the Silver Win|
Winning GOLD in Fashion Construction
|Team Promote and Publicize Winning Silver|
|Team Illustrated Talk Winning Silver|
|Prepping for the Presentation|
|Having Fun at Sessions|
|RED Carpet Celebrities|
|Ready to WIN!|
|Chapter Banner Parade|
|Another Chapter Award|
|Girl's Team Winning Bronze in Prostart|
|More Prepping for the Presentation|
|Chapter Pres Accepting Awards|
Winning GOLD in Fashion DESIGN
|Winning Bronze in Focus On Children|
|Fashion Design Competitor|
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Today, we will work with conflict scenarios and attempt to solve them using the four step plan in chapter 17.
- Set some ground rules - no name calling, blaming, bullying, etc..
- Listen to both sides
- Find common ground - what is something they can both agree on?
- Reach a solution that is acceptable to both sides