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Long, Cold, Lonely Winter/ Free Rebus for Early Childhood Educators and Parents

Early Childhood Rocks is a non-profit with a mission and a heart. It's mission is to find good people in the world and to focus on them in order to create more. It's heart is early childhood care and education and the belief that it can and will change the world.

The key is finding enough believers, spreading the word, and believing we can make a difference.

It's important to note that we can't have excellent early care and education without excellent teachers, parents and administrators. If you're one of them or any number of other people who care for the youngest members of our society, we exist in order to support you.

Just in case it's been hard for you lately here's something to brighten your day just a little.

Rebus is one of the best teaching methods because it combines music and fun with learning about words and appreciating poetry. It's great for mixed-age groups and encourages working together.

I linked both sheets shown here to a public view doc in Canva, so you should be able to copy and enlarge if you want.


Nanci J Bradley

CEO Early Childhood Rocks!

Nanci J Bradley is an early childhood and family educator, author, teacher, family aerobics instructor, and an all-around fun-loving person. She believes in the power of sleep, healthy eating, lifelong learning, and most of all, PLAY!  (click on the word) She studied early childhood ed at Triton College and received her BS in education in 1986 from NIU. She received her MA in human development from Pacific Oaks College in 2011. She has presented at statewide and nationwide conferences. She lives and teaches in Madison WI.

Want some extra support with whining, hitting, tattling, potty training, seperation issues, gifted children and avoiding entitilement? You can get this ebook written by a teacher with 40+ years experience who's also a parent and a grandparent for free when you join our community here!

Have an awesome day, you deserve it!

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