Early childhood education is a branch of education theory which relates to the teaching of young children up until the age of about eight.
Below is a list of all the social media resources that you can follow to learn about early education.
Pinterest Board to Follow
This board by Lindsay Butler showcases the best resources for young learners and are apt for preschool to 3rd grade. The board has resources for preschool math, craft ideas educators will love, preschool writing guidelines and a lot more.
This board by jenny Evolution will give you all the early education resources for preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade and 3rd grade, including resources, activities, study units, lesson plans and tips for homeschooling.
This board is by Kinedu, a baby development app. The board showcases important trends and ideas in early education for providing early stimulation from home. The board showcases a lot of activities that can be incorporated by educators or parents at home to build a strong foundation for the kids.
Michelle Cannon handles this board and the board provides a lot of resources on homeschooling ideas for toddlers through 7 years of age. The focus is preschool and early elementary activities that can be done with kids and help them to grow with better understanding and with a strong foundation of basic concepts.
This board of Resource Area For Teaching (RAFT) is handled by San Jose. The board showcases innovative and affordable hands-on learning techniques; RAFT sparks the love of learning for the next generation of thinkers, innovators, and creators.
Twitter Accounts to Follow
– EarlyEducationForAll @EarlyEd4All
Follow this account to stay updated on high-quality early education, Kindergarten readiness and also know more about third grade reading proficiency.
– Early Education @CalEarlyEdu
This account is by California College of Early Childhood Education. The account is a good way to be in touch with the use of technology in the sects of early education.
– NAEYC @NAEYC
The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is the world’s largest organization working on behalf of young children. This account is for all those seeking the latest and the all the updates relating to early education.
– Early Excellence @EarlyExcellence
Early Excellence is the leading voice of early years education & Educational Resources. This is a must follow account for all those looking to know more about what and how can they make early education better for the kids.
YouTube Channels to Follow
Teaching Strategies is an early childhood education company that develops innovative resources to support the critical work of early childhood educators. This channel features amazing HOW-To Videos, curriculum planners, insights for preschool educators and a lot more that will help educators thoroughly.
The Center for Early Childhood Education is a multidisciplinary research and training institute at Eastern Connecticut State University. This social media site is maintained by Eastern Connecticut State University. This channel showcases some interesting concept based video series that will help educators integrate some amazing activities in their classroom. The channel features investigating series, research studies and more. Apart from these the basic concept aiding material is also available.
Baby Joy Joy contains education videos for toddlers to watch. The channel features your favorite Nursery Rhymes, Kids Songs, Stories, and more!
This channel shows films made by children and for children. This is an awesome channel. All the cideos are made by children and are apt to show to other kids. The videos are basic stories or just how to introduce oneself.
This channel covers it all. You will find everything related to early education on this channel. Be it TED Talks, insights for educators, activities that can be done with kids and everything else.
Google+ Pages and Communities to Follow
This collection is for those seeking Early Education & Parenting News. A perfect follow up to stay abreast in the field of early education.
Focusing on the overall development of kids and not just education this becomes a must follow for all the educators and parents to know it all.
Like the name suggests, this community is perfect for educators to know the tools that they can use and build a stronger community with like-minded ones.
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