[nobe-l] working with younger kids
sharon.a.dudley at gmail.com
Mon Feb 21 23:00:32 UTC 2011
Heather: I taught kindergarten for over 13 years and now I teach pre-k.
I did a lot of songs with the kids, where you make printed letters in the
air. I also used Play Doh, sand, whiteboards, and there are many toys too.
With one of them, the children can use a magnetic wand on a track and they
are tracing the letter. Writing is such a small part of teaching
kindergarten. I'm really shocked that was the main point that the
interviewer focused on. For my state, actual writing only takes up about 5
minutes per day. Write back if you have any more questions.
On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 2:39 PM, Heather <kd5cbl at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, I applied to work with kindergarten kids part time as I complete my
> certification. The person I was talking to said I would not be a good fit
> because I cant teach hand writing skills or correct their papers because I
> am blind. So I am asking if there are teachers who have to deal with this
> issue. And how do they teach hand writing to sighted kids. Heather
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