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9 Story Guides to Our Favorite Winter Books

Rollins Staff January 13, 2020

Oh, the weather outside is frightful. But these resources are so delightful! Cox Campus has made it easy for you to create your lesson plans this January. We’ve collected all of our favorite Winter related…


What Every Teacher Should Know About Dual Language Learners

Rollins Staff October 29, 2019

A few years ago, I worked as a coach supporting a Pre-K teacher with young dual language learners (DLLs) – many of whom spoke Spanish. Nathan was one of the sweet four-year-old DLLs, and he…


Let’s Talk About the Benefits of Bilingualism

Rollins Staff October 28, 2019

Raise your hand if you learned a foreign language in school! Do you remember the unique name you chose to be called during your class? I do! You can call me Genevieve, today, instead of…


5 Meaningful Ways to Support Dual Language Learners at Storytime

Rollins Staff October 18, 2019

Children exposed to intentional storybook read alouds benefit from learning about written syntax and vocabulary, develop concepts of print and phonological awareness, and build their comprehension skills (National Early Literacy Panel 2008).  However, listening to…

teacher leading storytime with pre-k children

5 Quick Tips to Elevate Story Time with Preschool & Pre-K Children

Rollins Staff June 24, 2019

The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss Dr. Seuss clearly knew a thing or two about the importance…


How to Have Meaningful Conversations with Preschoolers & Pre-K Children

Rollins Staff April 10, 2019

You’ve probably heard the phrase “kids say the darndest things.” But if you are a teacher, parent, or have spent any time around a child, you know it’s true.  Kids will make you laugh, shock…


Center Time is Language Time! Vocabulary to Use with Preschool & Pre-K Children During Centers

Rollins Staff April 4, 2019

Center time is every child’s favorite part of the day. It’s their time to be architects and build block towers at the carpet, or be artists and create masterpieces at the easel, or be paleontologists…