Hi! Dominique Gibson is back with another post. I just thought I would post some more pictures of my other life as a toddler teacher. I decided to do some artwork with the children this week considering it was raining and we couldn’t go outside so I decided to let the children exercise their small motor/ creative writing skills by coloring on a piece of paper to let them explore. Even though I don’t do this as often as I should considering it’s getting warm outside and we try as much as we can to go outside, I still enjoy coloring with them and even go so far as to ask questions about what they are coloring.
This technique improves their language skills even though you may not have any clue to what they are saying when you ask them what they are coloring.
That’s it for now. See you soon.
Dominique Gibson knew she wanted to be a writer ever since she sat down and wrote her first novel out of boredom at eight years old. Years later, she pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing from Columbia College Chicago. After pursuing a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Administration to support her career in Early Childhood Education, she decided to go back and pursue her dream of getting a Master’s degree in Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University. For more information, check out her website at http://www.dominiquegibsonauthor.com.