The Beginner’s Guide to Education
June 13, 2018

What are Some of the Ways of Teaching Kindergarten

You find that teaching kindergarten can be one of the hardest tasks since you will have to keep on coming up with ideas throughout the year on how to keep your class energized. By the end of this our discussion, you will be in a position to have more info on how to handle kindergarten.

You start by giving the children responsibility. It is essential that you encourage the children to take the responsibility for their behavior. For instance, you can ask them to pack the toys when they finished playing or tidying up the classroom before they go home. One good thing with this is that it will help them to be more independent and responsible unlike when you are doing the chores for them.

Besides, you should focus on rewards. You find that when you are teaching kindergarten, it is essential that you design a system that you will use to discipline your pupils. I understand that it is important for the children to follow the school rules but you should not punish them to do that. But instead you should use rewards since it is something that has been proven that children are more likely to respond to good things that bad things. One good thing about earning the rewards is that it will give students the need to follow the school rules and this will also help you in building a good relationship with your students.

Not only that but you should also keep them moving. When coping with kindergarten, you should know that one of the major problems they are facing is a short attention span. For instance, you can prepare a lesson to last for one hour, and you will be disappointed to realize that they can only concentrate for ten minutes. Therefore, it will be important that you have a backup activity that you will pull one if things go wrong so that you can keep them moving.

Besides, you should also read stories when teaching kindergarten. One thing with stories is that they will make you keep your class to stay still and listen to you. You find that stories act as a magic spell and they will enchant your students to calm down and listen to you when nothing else could. This is beneficial as it will help you to build rapport with them as well as making them learn to listen to you.

Also, you can also teach kindergarten by singing songs. One good thing with songs is that it will help them acquire new vocabulary. Also, the clapping and the dancing moves also help with their coordination and motor skills.