Hi, I’m Ms. Sally (as my preschoolers like to call me!)
In a time when the world feels in disarray…it can be daunting to keep abreast of current events. Thoughts of the pandemic, social/civil unrest, climate change, political crises, and gun violence are enough to keep me up at night. As a new mom and special education preschool teacher, it’s been especially easy to feel overwhelmed about the future. I often think about what type of world our little ones will inherit.
Therefore, I started this blog as an outlet for me to share my thoughts and expertise, as well as communicate with others who care for young children. I hope that any adult (parent or caregiver) can read through my blog to learn about their child’s growth and development. I’ll share posts that pertain to academics and play, social-emotional learning, and even behavior.
Sure my goal is to help my own child, my preschoolers, and your children to become good students.
But, more importantly, I aim to help them be good humans. My overall philosophy stresses social-emotional development above all else. Believe it or not, but social-emotional growth is a cornerstone to academic learning too!
I have more than 10 years in the classroom. I also have a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. All of that experience has taught me one very important thing! Cultivating critical skills like self-awareness, empathy, patience, etc. in early childhood can help create well-rounded adults capable of improving the world.
So, a little bit more about me…
Outside of the classroom, I’m a mom to a toddler and two dogs. (Yes, we have a very busy home!) My husband is also an educator. (We met in graduate school and the rest is—as they say—history!) Additionally, I hope to be a published children’s book author one day!
Thanks again to you…
Caring for young children is no easy feat, so if you’re browsing my page I just want to say kudos to you for researching ways to improve your child’s overall development. I hope you find my page helpful. Please be sure to subscribe to my blog and follow me on social media (IG, Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter) to stay-up-to-date on the latest posts.
Thank you again for visiting. Let’s make a better future for our kids together!