The Edvocate’s List of 20 Must-Follow Early Childhood Education Twitter Feeds

*The Edvocate is pleased to produce its “Best of the Best” resource lists. These lists provide our readers with rankings for education-related blogs, twitter accounts, influencers, products, etc. These lists are meant to be fluid, and for that reason, they are regularly updated to provide up to the moment information.*

Early education is a time when parents and teachers are just getting accustomed to working together. Young students are starting to feel a little independence as they go out into a world where their parents do not follow for a few hours of the day. Other times, parents are actively engaged and dedicating a lot of their time to helping their young child learn.

Whatever method you use, it can be very scary trying to make sure your child is prepared for academic success. The best way of learning what to do (and what not to do) is through seeing what others have done before you. That is where Twitter can be immensely helpful – if you know where to go. The following are 20 of the best Twitter Feeds about early childhood education that will help both parents and teachers. Some of these are inspirational, others are humorous (because that is required on tough days), and many are a combination of both.

The list focuses on the following two aspects.

  1. The feeds must be relevant to early childhood education.
  2. It must be active, so you can come back to them on a regular basis for more ideas instead of waiting for months or years.

#1 Teaching Strategies

#2 Teach Preschool

#3 Early Childhood Ed

#4 Vanessa Levin

#5 Preschoolers

#6 Thomas Hobson

#7 Literacy Launchpad

#8 One Two Tie My Shoe

#9 Mark Weston

#10 Lisa Guernsey

#11 Kara-Noel

#12 No Flash Cards

#13 Karen Nemeth


#15 Mom Spark

#16 Kristen Howerton

#17 ECE Webinars


#19 Brain Parade

#20 Cooney Center


Twitter has evolved beyond the simple world of just providing a source of entertainment, and now is a fantastic tool for getting a glimpse at everything going on in education. As someone dealing with young children, you probably do not have the time to sift through all of the potential sites that may help. This list will help you focus on what matters and help you stay current on how you teach your children.




4 Replies to “The Edvocate’s List of 20 Must-Follow Early Childhood Education Twitter Feeds”

  1. Twitter has been phenomenal in trying to create awareness to different groups all over the world. Using twitter to spread the gospel in education is such a great reprieve to teachers, educators and academic experts trying to reach out to the masses.
    Thanks Mathew.

  2. Twitter commands a huge following and using it to transform the lives of students is the best decision made. It has touched the lives of many in ways that cannot be explained and remains one of the best communication channels used by the youth and general population at large.
    Thanks Mathew for making me aware.

  3. Great list, I am curious, exactly what was/is your criteria you evaluated for what makes an account go on the list?

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