For Teachers

Combining theory and best practices, Gryphon House’s award-winning authors have developed practical advice and effective teaching strategies for early childhood development. Our educator resources focus on a wide range of topics from strategies on teaching math to toddlers to creative lessons plans for preschool teachers to address the most challenging problems teachers face.

Browse our early childhood education resources for innovative and insightful teaching strategies that will help encourage cognitive, behavioral, and language development in students through active exploration and play. 


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Rhythm Instrument Activities for Preschoolers

Get those kids moving with these easy-to-do preschool rhythm instrument activities. Rhythm instrument activities are a great way to welcome spring!

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For teachers, mentors and counselors working with children from infancy to elementary school, a creative curriculum includes resources that support children’s curiosity and critical thinking skills. Inspirational resources encourage children to become innovators with hands-on science activities which lay the groundwork for more advanced STEM concepts. Round out lesson plans with specialized writing activities for kids which foster literacy skills and encourage creative problem solving.
 

Beyond supporting educators’ goals of creating thoughtful lesson plans with infant, toddler and preschool teacher resource books, our activities help teachers support the continued social-emotional growth of their students. Studies show teaching social skills and emotional management at an early age results in lifelong success. Building solid social-emotional skills through cooperative play enables children to develop social competence that impacts their wellbeing in adulthood.

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