Subitizing in the preschool classroom: seeing how many there are, without counting

Subitizing in the preschool classroom: seeing how many there are, without counting

As preschool children’s mathematical development is already in progress, high-quality early childhood education should involve math activities. We share with you a very popular blog post by teacher trainer Astrid Cornelis (Thomas More), published earlier on the Flemish blog Kleutergewijs.

Get inspired by the reading policy at Miss Loubna’s preschool

Get inspired by the reading policy at Miss Loubna’s preschool

Do you like to dive into your personal library and bring out the book jewels in your preschool classroom? By storytelling, reading aloud in the classroom, and providing pupils with a stimulating book corner, you are already enhancing their reading

How can we read multilingual books to our children in preschool?

How can we read multilingual books to our children in preschool?

This message was written by Sarah Sierens and Kristel Detollenaere, language specialists in the teacher training at HOGENT. They found inspiration at Foyer VZW, Freinetschool De Mandala and the Boekenkaravaan of De Schoolbrug during the project Little Children – Great

Language stimulation during meals

Language stimulation during meals

This blog message was written by teacher trainers Helena Taelman & Marlies Algoet (Belgium, ODISEE) Meals can offer excellent opportunities for language stimulation, according to current research.  How can we savor every bit of it in the family context and