Hi, I’m Meghan!

I am so glad you are here. I want to take this opportunity to introduce myself and my blog, T is for Tot.


I live in Tennessee with my husband, Steve, and my two boys, Jackson and Jarrett. Jackson is 2.5 years old and we just had Jarrett in May!

I taught in Nashville for 8 years; kindergarten for 7 years. I took this year off to stay home with my two boys. I absolutely love teaching kindergarten. It’s literally the best age! My favorite part about teaching kindergarten is I get to be their first experience in school. I love laying the foundation.


Over the years with teaching Kindergarten, I’ve had many parents ask me how to get their child ready for kindergarten and what kids need or should know before they start. I would always give them advice. But after looking over Pinterest and Teachers Pay Teachers for many years, I realized there’s not really a one-stop-shop for parents to easily find preschool materials. It’s a lot of here’s a great worksheet, or another post of how to make letters fun, etc. But there’s not much about what to do to get your child ready for kindergarten- while, of course, having fun and knowing exactly how to teach preschool.


Creating a toddler curriculum combines my two passions- teaching and creating. Starting this month, I am going to be using everything I have created to teach my toddler. Join our adventure on Instagram!


My goal with T is for Tot is for it to be a place where parents can come get helpful tips, download fun activities, and create meaningful experiences with their toddler.

Toddler ‘Camping’ Recipes

Make some memories with these 3 easy to follow, toddler-friendly camping recipes! These recipes are perfect for a day indoors that include yummy snacks, lots

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Teaching Preschoolers to Share

By: Ria Simon, Early Childhood Educator and Community Ambassador at HiMama “Sharing is fun!”… said no preschooler ever. And yes, sharing is a necessary skill

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April Morning Basket

This month’s morning basket is all about Spring! We ordered our Caterpillars from Insect Lore this past week and will be incorporating it during our

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