Five Fantastic Early Childhood Education Pinterest Boards to Follow

With the school year constantly in motion, getting inspired to create masterpieces and fun activities for the classroom can be tough. As a student of the Rasmussen College School of Education, you’ll get time in the classroom and be able to plan lessons for students.  As educators, you’re constantly looking for new, creative ways to teach and for students to learn. Luckily for you, there’s a site that will help continue these creative juices to flow — Pinterest.

We have found five fantastic early childhood education Pinterest boards to follow. There’s a Pinterest board for everything from outdoor play to early childhood education books. Let’s dive into what you can create for your current and future eager-to-learn early childhood education class:

1. We Teach Outdoors

This board is full of activities and ideas for children of all ages to learn about the great outdoors. Explore flowers, the four seasons, and crafty ways to play outside.

2. Baby/Toddler Play Ideas

Babies and toddlers aren’t left out of this group. Check out the fun ways to engage their little minds with these play ideas that can help to grow and develop them in their early stages of life.

3. Reading & Writing Readiness

Early childhood education includes being ready for the wonderful world of reading. Take a look at this creative and collaborative board of activities, games, and lessons that can help develop their reading knowledge and capacity.

4. littles - craft

This fantastic early childhood education board is full of tutorials for crafty fun with the little ones in your life. Enjoy learning with a range of cute crafts including one focused on the process of a caterpillar to a beautiful butterfly.

5. Children’s Books

Enjoy the early stages of reading with this board of children’s books, ideas, and activities.

With the boards above, you’ll have a chance to make an impression on children that are in their early stages of learning, even during the summer months. With a degree in early childhood education,  you can use these boards as inspiration and help early childhood education continue to thrive.

What Pinterest boards are your favorites and what crafts or activities do you plan to teach? Be sure to take a look at our Pinterest boards for further inspiration! Happy pinning!

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Kendall is an Online Community Specialist at Collegis Education who oversees online communities on behalf of Rasmussen College. She has a passion for social media and enjoys motivating and encouraging former, current and future learners.

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