Tiggers and Eeyores
At Honey Grove our academic goals for each one of our classes is a progressive set of developmental, age appropriate specific skills for our teachers to use as guidelines when creating their lesson plans. Students who are enrolled in our pre-school programs participate in many hands-on learning centers which expose children to the different areas of learning. Teachers will facilitate opportunities for learning by using developmentally appropriate materials enabling our students to practice and acquire skills whether working individually, in large groups, or in teacher directed small groups.
Ms. Megan joined our Honey Grove family in 2015. Megan went to Indiana University and graduated with a bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education. Megan has taught the Tiglets, Owls, and now the Tiggers for the 2018-19 school year. In her free time she loves spending time with her husband and two children. In the classroom Megan loves to read to her kiddos and explore with messy science experiments!
Ms. Megan joined our Honey Grove family in 2016. She grew up in Ohio and attended Ohio University where she recieved her Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education. Megan moved to Indiana in 2007. Before Megan joined Honey Grove she was a pre-k teacher for 9 years, a camp couselor, and a subsitute teacher. Ms. Megans classroom goal is for every child to feel safe, loved, have fun, be inspired, to learn and develop at their own pace, and to enjoy coming to school