cstravato's Pre-k World

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Thank You


Thank you to all who have visited, read, and replyed to my blog posts. I have enjoyed reading and growing with you.  Your comments and questions have help me further my knowledge and insight on these critical topics. I look forward to continuing this journey through early childhood development together. It is so powerful to see our network of readers and bloggers growing.


Author: cstravato

I am a wife of 14 years and have two boys, one is 10 and an the other is 8. They are busy and keep us hopping. I have been a pre-school teacher for 9 years with a break in the middle to teach kindergarten in FL for three years, and I had the luxury of staying home with my two boys for a few years. I enjoy teaching pre-school age children it gives me great pride to help set a generation up to succeed in their school careers and life. I am currently going back to school to complete my masters degree in early childhood education at Walden University.

3 thoughts on “Thank You

  1. I just wanted to take the time to say thank you. I have been following you for a while and I have gained so much knowledge from you. You have helped me learn different things from the course through your experiences and how you shared the information. I hope that you have nothing but success with your future and I hope to see you when we graduate. You have helped me more than you know and I am nothing by grateful. Thank you again.


  2. We have been in several courses together and I have seen the growth through your discussions and blogs. Thank you for your contribution to my educational journey with your ideas and opinions on the many topics we have written about. Continue to grow and do exceedingly well in the program and in the field of education. Thank you again!
    Taylor Solomon


  3. Christina, I, too, have enjoyed reading your blog and growing with you throughout this course and the previous one. I appreciate the comments and feedback you shared with me. Communicating and collaborating are important pieces in early childhood and from this course we are able to do it even more effectively. We will use these skills in life, whether it be at work, with friends, or at home with our own families. I hope that we cross paths again in this program!


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