Just a few (very effective methods) off the top of my head....
1) AUTHENTIC, HANDS-ON LEARNING EXPERIENCES
Provide children with authentic, hands-on learning experiences-DO NOT USE WORKSHEETS. In preschool you should play to the children's natural curiosities and look to your student's interest to guide lesson planning. You are setting up children for a lifetime of learning and you should create excitement around what you. Also, the more hands on the activity is, the more learning styles you are engaging, and the more the child enjoys it the more they will learn and retain!
Show the children what you expect and want from them. Treat them as you want them to treat you and each other.
3) SPIRAL INSTRUCTION
Try to revisit ideas/ concepts and introduce them in a new way. For example you could learn about change during a unit on water, frogs, growing up (mothers and babies), plants, etc.
Always keep it fun while learning. Keep the kids moving as much as you can, engaged and loving what they are doing.
It prevents them from getting bored, getting into trouble, and allowing them time to get into things they should not do.
I believe in making learning fun. I feel that incorporating games,songs/music and hands on activities a great technique of effective teaching. Having a great amount of patience and overwhelming about of love for the children will enhance your abilities to give 100% great teachings.
Teaching strategies are approaches to teaching students. For instance, breaking information down into digestible chunks, allowing more time for taking a test, providing a scribe, checking in to make sure the student understand the directions, teaching hands-on and/or with manipulatives. Anything that helps a student grasp the material and/or level the playing field when it comes to a child with an educational disability.
Well, there are lots of techniques for teaching in preschool. The best way to teach through fun games and activities. Recently one of my friend send her 4 year old son to kidtown fl. This is the best preschool as per my view.