Welcome to the KIT Academy eStore!

If you already have a KIT Academy Account (have purchased a course or our All-Access Pass), please login in the upper right-hand corner. The Dashboard button will appear once you have signed in.

KIT Resources

Conflict has enormous teaching potential in early childhood. When children have a conflict with a peer, they have the chance to listen to someone else’s point of view and recognize others’ feelings. In this webinar, we will review key concepts and strategies from KIT’s approach to preschool conflict resolution: Find peace, share feelings, and make it right. Webinar participants will be able to download the complete Inclusion Training Guide for preschool conflict resolution and complete the following learning objectives: Read More

"Advocacy" might seem like something for lawmakers in Washington, DC, but in fact, you are an advocate for children every day. Join us to find out more about your role as an advocate and to learn additional strategies you can use to support all children in your care. Read More

An individual’s teaching philosophy often shapes how they view fairness in a preschool classroom. Is fairness about everyone getting the same things, or providing individuals with what they need to succeed? How do we deal with the feelings that may arise when some get the help they need, while others don’t? Join us for a webinar that will explore these questions, differentiate equality and equity, and outline strategies to help educators decide when to encourage sameness, and when to promote opportunities for success. Read More

Have you ever quietly (or loudly) expressed, “why can’t you sit still?” Or maybe you have been frustrated with children who struggle to attend to tasks, can’t wait for their turn, act before they think… the list goes on! These behaviors are all related to self-regulation. This webinar will help you understand the difference between emotional and behavioral self-regulation and strategies to teach children self-regulatory skills. Read More

Many preschool teachers have noticed a shift in the groups of children in their classrooms. Children with and without disabilities seem to have increasingly complex needs that are difficult to manage in a preschool environment. This webinar will cover how to structure your classroom and adjust your teaching style to address the multiple needs of multiple children in the same room. Read More

Naptime can be one of the most challenging times of day in a Preschool classroom. Providers are juggling multiple responsibilities, covering breaks, supervising the group, all the while meeting the individual needs of children. Multi-tasking, scheduling, and a consistent routine are essential for a successful naptime transitions. Join us on a webinar that will outline strategies for multi-tasking, setting a routine, and meeting the individual needs of children; especially the ones that don’t nap! Participants will successfully identify 5 steps involved with transitioning adults and children from lunch to naptime in a preschool classroom. This course also includes the Five Stages of Naptime Transition Tip Sheet! Read More

Shopping Cart

Your cart is empty