Listen as Teacher Morning reads Cowpoke Clyde and Dirty Dawg, written by Lori Mortenson and illustrated by Michael Allen Austin. Let’s see if that Dirty Dawg will even get his bath! Thanks to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for allowing readings of their publishing company’s books during this time.
There are lots of big feelings in preschool. Take a look at how Lee is feeling. Teacher Jill takes us through feeling angry in this Second Steps lesson.
In this Second Step Lesson, Suzy feels sad. Find out how Jaden cares for and helps Suzy feel better.
A favorite. Join Teacher Pedra in singing and doing the movements to this classic song.
Hey parents, does your child need a way to communicate during snacks and meals? Watch this video to learn a few food signs. Teacher Melinda also shares other signs that are helpful at mealtimes, like more, all done and please.
Puppet Sally got hurt on the playground. Tommy is a big help! Learn about helping others with Teacher Jill in this Second Steps lesson.
Snake crawl is a great way to work on using opposite sides of the body at the same time. To make it more challenging try crawling uphill, across uneven ground, or over soft obstacles.
You know Mary had a little lamb whose fleece was white as snow, but did you also know that Mary had a red lamb and a yellow lamb?
Frog jumping is a great way to build leg strength, work on jumping skills, and work on spatial awareness. To make it more challenging try frog jumping over small obstacles or frog jump from one target to another to increase your jumping distance.
In this Second Steps lesson, Shontell and Marissa are both riding a bike. Find out how they feel about the experience and what facial clues you can look for to tell. It’s ok for people to feel differently about the same thing.