Today I’m talking Sally Haughey an early childhood educator and founder of fairydust teaching.blogspot.com
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What we learn in this podcast::
- What are some of the reasons we should be encouraged to use fairy tales with our children?
- How can we determine a good read quickly when choosing for young children?
- What is hands on literacy 101?
- How do you encourage parents to use voices and singing to their children?
- What are story stones and how do they work?
- What are storytelling pathways?
- recommendations for books to use for storytelling
- As a public school teacher how have you managed to combine depth with the demands of the curriculum.
- Tell us about your ecourse called a dash of wonder?
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My 3 children are 18, 20, and 22… we had many conflicting activties over the years, and they continue to participate at the college level… my advice: Go to the “middle child’s” activities… she won’t forgive you… EVER… if you miss her one and only 1st place in Cross Country Race… I missed it by a minute. She still gives me heat!