We are avid readers all year-long, but there is something about cuddling up with a pile of colorful, kids books after spending a playful afternoon in the cool, autumn air. Read More
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Note: This Preschool Learning folder has been updated! I’ve updated the fonts and graphics, optimized the cut-out pieces, added detailed instructions and tips, and also included new content including rhyme, plant life-cycle, and beginning word sounds.
Our first daughter came out talking…not quite, but pretty much. To this day she can out talk just about anyone I know. By the time she was two, she was speaking in full sentences. Therefore, when her third birthday rolled around I had a little lightbulb moment… Why don’t I attempt to teach her how to read?
My kids are getting to the age that I’m trying to get them to engage in more independent activities (even if it is only for a few minutes).
My goal is not to entertain them but to prompt them to creativity and independence.
“Tell Me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I will learn.” -Benjamin Franklin
One of the things with having small children is their need to follow us around. Maybe it’s just mine… but if I walk out of the room, they typically drop what they are doing to see what I am up to. Sometimes I receive this well and other times, I would just like to go to the bathroom in peace. You know what I mean? Read More