The A-Z List of ECE Bloggers You Should Follow

As an educator or soon-to-be educator, there are resources out there for you to tap into in order to keep learning. One of those resources is internet blogs. There are thousands of education blogs out there that can give you new ideas for the classroom in decorating, teaching, and much more. Blogs can help you  understand the world of education a little bit more and maybe they will encourage you to become an early childhood education blogger yourself.

As you  prepare for the world of education or if you’re looking for new ideas for your classroom, check out the list of A-Z early childhood education bloggers you should follow and let us know which ones you think are the best.

A to Z list of ECE bloggers you should follow

A is for A Place Called Kindergarten

This blog is all about one teachers Kindergarten classroom. Learn about the teacher’s lesson plans, the classroom environment,  students, and more.

B is for Book A Day

Get your kids reading with this fabulous blog all about books. Produced by Carolyn Wilhelm, a 28-year veteran of teaching, see what books you should be reading to  youngsters every day of the year.

C is for Clutter Free Classroom

Save time and money with this awesome blog. This teacher has wonderful ideas and “tips of the day” on how to organize, design, and beautify your [future] classroom.

D is for Dirt and Boogers

This blog is all about the importance of playing with the little ones, and how playtime is crucial for their future education from elementary and beyond.

E is for Early Childhood Teacher

This American-born, now Aussie is blogging about her adventures as an early childhood educator and promotes advocacy in the area of early childhood education.

F is for First Grade Dual: Teaching Kids Two Languages

As a dual-immersion program Kindergarten teacher, this blogger writes all about her experiences in the classroom with her soon-to-be bilingual and biliterate students.

G is for Getting Messy With Ms. Jessi

Put on your creative caps! Ms. Jessi presents a whole lot of fun on this blog about creating and crafting with the little ones.

H is for Hi Miss Julie!

This Chicago-based children’s librarian has a special connection  with the younger kids that come in to read on a daily basis.

I is for Imagination Soup

This education advocate, mom, freelance writer, teacher, and more is all about the time spent with kids while learning. Her posts are engaging and inspiring to read.

J is for Jane’s Extracts

Blogger Jane creates a new experience where she brings the best of both technology and education and fuses them together for an awesome collaboration. She is also the Founder of the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies.

K is for Kreative Resources

This early childhood educator and blogger sets time aside to scavenge all the nearest garage sales for classic and creative classroom collections. Find great ideas from her on how to decorate your classroom.

L is for Literacy and Laughter

Read about the great book and reading adventures in an all-day Kindergarten classroom. Learn about the books they are reading and several other fun ideas for your classroom, too!

M is for Minds in Bloom

This fantastic blog is all about books, teaching tips and strategies. Gain several ideas from this blogger as she creates meaningful content on the creative and critical thinking world of education.

N is for National Association for the Education of Young Children

As the world’s largest organization working on behalf of young children, NAEYC is a great resource to tap into and learn from.

O is for Oceans of First Grade Fun

Teacher Yolanda blogs about the fun times within her first grade classroom, and what it takes to be an awesome first grade teacher.

P is for PhD in Parenting

This blog is all about parenting and learning about the stages of the young child.

Q is for Queen of the First Grade Jungle

Join Katie in her adventures of teaching the first grade. She shares a lot of fun happenings in her classroom, how to survive the first year of teaching, and lots of tips.

R is for Rasmussen College School of Education Blog

We have to throw a little plug in for us, right? Check out our education blog for interesting facts about the education world, things happening in education, and what our education programs are like.

S is for School Sparks

As a retired preschool and Kindergarten teacher, this blogger writes about all of the things children should know before entering the world of education. In addition, she features several helpful worksheets for children to do.

T is for Teacher Tom

This guy brings a male voice and perspective to the world of teaching early childhood education. Learn all about his adventures as a preschool teacher and how he conducts his classroom of little ones.

U is for User-friendly

Understanding your readers and appealing to them are important when blogging and teaching. Check out this helpful list for further information on this top blogging tip.

V is for Voice

An authentic and responsive voice is key as a blogger. You want to connect with your audience, and you want them to be able to respond to you. Learn more about the 5 best ways to find your voice for writers and bloggers in this helpful blog post.

W is for What the Teacher Wants

Check out this blog for tips for teachers, students studying to be teachers, and more.

X is for X Marks the Spot

This site has great print-out activities for your students who are learning the alphabet and the letter “x”.

Y is for You’ll Thank Me One Day

This stay-at-home mommy and special education/elementary teacher shares her experiences of teaching kids how to learn through play.

Z is for Zany Kids

Teachers, this is a great resource for your classroom of zany kids. This site is full of learning puzzles, word games, color games.

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