Arts and Creativityhttp://artandcreativity.blogspot.com/
Anne Reyner knows the power of art. If you would like to take her approach to education and self-expansion, we don't think you'll be disappointed. Although her blog is directed towards early education, we thought it was just as valuable information for those who teach and help children with disabilities.
Read, linger, laugh, and get some lessons about parenting from this site. Jen Singer has been quoted on a long list of acclaimed newspapers, magazines, and web sites, and has appeared on a number of television shows such as The Today Show, CBS The Early Show, and more.
Deborah J. Stewart has been a professional in early childhood education for over twenty years. She has some very wise and insightful tips for parents and teachers. Everything here is practical and fun, geared toward the little kiddos.
A mother chronicles her sweet journey with three little girls in the house. She writes about real life and everything that this brings with small children in the home. Follow this blog to laugh, cry, be inspired, and enjoy some amazing photography.
The Cloth Diaper Reporthttp://www.theclothdiaperreport.com/
This mamma is obsessed with cloth diapers. No seriously. She has reviewed nearly ever cloth diaper out there. And though her blog started primarily for this purpose, now it has expanded to much more. Find out about the best cloth diapers, top rated care safety gear, and more, along with some cool giveaways.
Let the Children Playhttp://progressiveearlychildhoodeducation.blogspot.com/
This mommy's desire is to inspire early childhood education that is based on play. She manages her own day care and shares the things she learns from day to day on preschool, early education, and nature play.
Two of a Kind, Working On A Full Househttp://www.twoofakindworkingonafullhouse.com/
Dee is your average mom, but she decided to start this blog as a way to still have a voice in the world now that she is a stay at home mom. Get great ideas and tips for enjoying your kids and family time even more.
The Preschool Bloghttp://www.the-preschool-professor.com/preschool-blog.html#
Though The preschool professor is dedicated to extremely young children, many of the tips and project plans she provides are applicable to slightly older children as well. Educators who work with young children will appreciate the many resources and reviews provided by the blogger.
A resource specially designed for preschool teachers, pre-kinders is a fun resource for educators looking for creative project ideas. The blogger also includes printable activities and subject guides for everything from cooking to math.