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About TicTacTeach

The TicTacTeach editorial team has over 50 years’ combined experience in all aspects of early childhood education.
Now dedicated to helping other committed teachers to deliver high-quality lessons without spending excessive time in preparation, we offer our knowledge – and world-class teaching resources – to the world.

Preschool Excursion Ideas to Maximize Your Children’s Learning (That are Free and Priceless)

Excursions are an ideal way to involve your preschool children in the world around them, while at the same time providing a way for the local community to participate in the life of the Preschool.

There are so many benefits to getting out and about exploring with the children. The ability to experience the outside world […]

By |December 10th, 2015|Community|0 Comments

8 Things that Happen in Preschools that Parents Need to Know (and how You can Help)

In my 35 years as an early childhood educator, I’ve developed an intrinsic understanding of how children can most benefit from the preschool environment and distilled a lot of tactics for making the days run more smoothly and ensuring the children get the most out of their time with me.

To this end, there are a […]

By |October 22nd, 2015|Starting Preschool|0 Comments

Trade Secrets: How I learn a new classes’ names in 30 minutes

Being a casual teacher can be difficult, as you don’t always know the dynamics and relationships that are at play when you come into a new learning environment.

I’ve written extensively on strategies for bonding with your class, but as a casual teacher this can all be undermined if you don’t know the names of the […]

By |October 12th, 2015|Your ECT Career|0 Comments

7 Spooky Halloween Game Ideas for your Preschool Children

Halloween is a tremendously fun time for children to dress up, make crafts and generally enjoy the spookiness and silliness of the occasion.

By their nature, children love the absurd – and there’s a lot of crossover into the absurd on Halloween! Ghosts, goblins, Zombies, Werewolves and Vampires can always be relied upon to make an […]

By |October 5th, 2015|Imaginative|0 Comments

12 Things You Can Do to Prepare your Child for Preschool (That you Probably Haven’t Thought Of)

Starting preschool is an adjustment for any child (and every parent).

Some children adapt to change and social situations more easily than others. This is no cause for concern. However, there are many small and simple things that you as a parent can do at home to help smooth the transition and assist in preparing your […]

By |September 28th, 2015|Starting Preschool|0 Comments