Preschool Teaching Supplies

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Supplies for preschool teachers should include colorful puppets, building materials, easels and a variety of art supplies to help students learn and stay entertained at the same time. Find great supplies for teaching preschool with advice from a writing instructor in this free video on education.

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Hi, I'm Laura from YoungWritersWorkshops.com. And I'm going to talk about Preschool Teaching Supplies. Teachers in Preschool need to have a lot of material that can be used for a lot of different lessons. And also that can be, that's colorful and appealing. One thing that a lot of teachers use is puppets. And these can, the puppets can be used to act out stories. The puppets can actually say things that the teacher might want to make more interesting. They can tell stories or teach lessons. So colorful puppets that'll be appealing. Not too frightening for children, are good to have for supplies. Some building materials that will allow the children to be creative. And also are colorful and easy for them to handle. These are connecting materials. These would be for older preschool students. The younger students might need larger Lego type blocks or Bristol Blocks that fit together more easily. Or just regular blocks that they're going to use to build with. Other materials that are really good to have in a classroom are an easel. Or several easels where students can stand and write. And this is for the motor development. And also helps them with some muscle control. You want to have a lot of art materials like paints, pens and lots of paper. And scrap paper that they can use for a variety of art projects. So those are some ideas about supplies for Preschool teaching.

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