Sunday Spotlight

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Preschool Playbook
This blog is nothing less than inspiring, I wish I had it as a resource when I was teaching . Not only are there tons of fun projects, there is real insight into preschoolers, what works and what doesn’t. She blogs about different activities and art projects and shows her readers how they are used together in her classroom . In addition to that she covers topics like learning centers and resources. This information is fantastic for any parent or teacher.


  1. Julia says

    WOW! This site is now on my list of favorite resorses for lesson plans! I hope to be so helpful and full of inspiration once I've been teaching a while!! Thank you for sharing!
    AND…Thank you for the great inspiration and help you are to this teacher! The Ram Sam song you shared has been a great transition/focusing tool for my 3&4 year old class.

  2. Preschool Playbook says

    Wow, wow, wow! I just can't believe this! I am so estatic that you find my site one to put on your Sunday Spotlight. I find your site amazing and everything you do is so fabulous. Thank you again from the bottom of my heart!

    Unbeknownst to you, I thank you also for all the help this past week.

  3. Allie says

    Trish – I had decided to feature you a week ago and when I went to your site a few night ago to grab your header- I saw that you did. I am equally thankful and wowed !

  4. crafty lass says

    That was a great site, i wish my boy was still in preschool! any suggestions for something like that for a six year old boy going into first grade next year?
    Thank you for your site too and all the wonderful work you do.

  5. Tara @ Feels like home says

    I think it's amazing how many awesome sites are out there. I'd never seen this one before, but I'm going to subscribe. Thanks! :)

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