Sunday, August 21, 2011

Great Sources of Inspiration

Over the past couple of months, I have had the wonderful opportunity to meet and connect with oodles of other folks in the field of early childhood education. Both in person and online.  It has been an amazing journey of friendships, challenges, growth, and excitement!

I am learning so many things I as go along with this blog, and I thought I would send a shout out to some of my fellow bloggers who have been sending traffic my way! I signed up for google analytics awhile back to help track the traffic to my blog, but I honestly have SO MUCH to learn in this department. However, I think it is great to see how people are finding my blog and kudos to those of you sending folks my way (all 323 of you!!!!) 

I think sharing a list of 323 would be a bit overwhelming, but I thought I would share the links to the top 15 referring sites with you. I took out the search engine sites, etc.... Here are some great sources of inspiration who reciprocate the thought with me:

Mini Eco:

Teach Preschool:

Irresistible Ideas for Play Based Learning:


Let the Children Play:

Childhood 101:


The Imagination Tree:

I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!:


Play Based Classroom:

Quirky Momma:

Messy Kids:

Hands On: As We Grow:

Modern Parents Messy Kids:

There are actually hundreds more, but I thought sharing the top 15 would be adequate for today! I hope you find some great inspiration out there when you check them out!


Deborah said...

Thank you for including me on this impressive list! I love them all too!

Amy A @ Child Central Station said...

Of course you are included Deborah! You're the second highest referring site to my blog...AND you are probably the highest if we could factor in the Facebook referrals!

Dawn said...

I just discovered your blog this moring. I love it.

Play-based Classroom said...

Thanks for the shout out. You were one of the first blogs that caught my attention ever, and I have been a frequent visitor since. Thanks, Amy!

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