Amanda Morgan is a proud graduate of Utah State University who holds a BA in both elementary and early childhood education and an MS in childhood development. She has a wealth of experience in classrooms ranging from preschool to sixth grade and has taught in private, public, and migrant schools. In addition, she currently teaches preschoolers and works as a consultant and trainer for a non-profit children’s organization. She enjoys teaching other teachers and parents about child development and teaching strategies.
As a mom and an educator, she is passionate about moving learning objectives from the theoretical into the practical, with meaningful activities that are engaging, and always fun. Each article and activity found here contains purposeful objectives that contribute to the the development of the whole child and aren’t just “cute.” This gives children the opportunity to develop every aspect of their amazing individual selves.
Amanda is a native of Eastern Oregon who now resides in Utah at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains. She and her husband Steve are the parents of three boys. Her other interests include children’s literature, running, cooking and baking (off-set by more running), reading, travel, and finding a good bargain.
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