Welcome to Active Learning with Rae, a video series in which I offer ideas for active learning in the content areas of emergent literacy, math, science, social studies, music, and art! I’ll also offer suggestions for using movement to ensure peaceful, learning-filled transitions. And I’ll tackle one of every teacher’s biggest concerns: classroom management – especially as it relates to active, moving children! Enjoy – and be sure to subscribe so you won’t miss any tips and tricks!     ACTIVE LEARNING PDFs

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More Games for Self-Regulation!

Those of us in early childhood education know the value of repetition for young children. They need to practice something over and over again in order to begin the process of mastering it. And it’s no different for something like self-regulation. Just as we wouldn’t expect children with no practice with reading to suddenly master it in adolescence or adulthood, we can’t expect that children with no practice in self-regulation will suddenly be able to manage their actions and emotions just because they have larger bodies! So, I’ve decided to offer a second video of self-regulation games!


An introduction to Active Learning with Rae

Welcome! In this short video I’ll let you know what you can expect from this video series!

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