Posts from Your Archives – Lunchtime conversations in the Classroom: It’s Important by Jennie Fitzkee

The importance of pre-school educators. Jennie Fitzkee readies her children to succeed long before they reach kindergarten. Visit her blog and I am sure you will benefit from all of her offerings.

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I recently invited you to share some of your posts from your archives. It is a way of giving your earlier or favourite posts a chance to be read by a different audience. Mine.  Details of how you can participate is at the end of the post.

Jennie Fitzkee has been a pre-school teacher for over thirty years, I have reblogged several of her posts because they demonstrate how a dedicated and passionate teacher can ignite imagination and a passion for books and music in the very young. Here is a post from 2014 on the importance of conversation outside of classroom hours.

Lunchtime conversations in the classroom: It’s Important by Jennie Fitzkee

I thought you might enjoy a a little verbal window into my classroom at 12:00 PM. Is it chaos or is it beneficial?

Yes, there is chaos. The logistics of of getting fifteen children set up for…

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