This is a good graphic that can be used by both teachers and professionals. It outlines the main developmental milestones that children who are typically developing go through so they can screen for red flags.
Spelling our Names - 10 Fun Ways to Practice from Play to Learn Preschool
Early Childhood Education * Resource Blog: Toilet Paper Roll Colour Match You could use tweezers and adapt the task to sorting verbs, nouns or numbers etc
"It's Not Just Play" (from MHC Early Childhood Solutions) - this is why early childhood educators do more than just 'play'.
I made this Daily schedule for early childhood education ✏✂⏰
When something is bugging me I can say...
Early Childhood Themes...thematic units for preschoolers and kindergarten children. Has links to activities for each theme
Infographic - Types of play for learning in childhood
Face Magnets: Kids learn about facial expressions and feelings. Use with - Early childhood; Autism; Motor Activity; etc.
To emphasize on the importance of play, remind myself and others around me of why is beneficial to children.