Compile a resource list of at least six to eight resources that may be used to support the planning of curriculum/learning activities for young children. Many of you have listed websites that you have used to complete your discussions. This is the kind of resource material you would need in a resource file. Look for websites that have lots of information that a new early childhood teacher would use. The web has hundreds! http://www.prekinders.com/ is just one example. The resource list may include books, web sites, journals, and/or articles. Your list must include a brief summary of each resource.
One site that I like to use myself is called TeachersPayTeachers.Com. It has resources that other teachers have used in their classrooms, some are powerpoints. Some are for a nominal fee, but others are free, you just have to look through them. For example, I recently taught the letter n, and I tied it in with the concept of newts. I found a power point that another early childhood did about newt life that can be shared and read to the children.
Another one I use as a teacher is education.com. I don't know if this is exactly what your professor has in mind, but they have those dreaded worksheets which I use minimally and also other activities. one part of the site is education app and game reviews which can be very helpful to a beginning early childhood teachers. For example, one app they recommend is called Picturebook. This is how they advertise it: With Picturebook, your budding writer creates his own book from start to finish, ...
The solution compiles a resource list of at least six to eight resources that may be used to support the planning of curriculum/learning activities for young children.