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  • Letter “U” Unicorn

    May 12, 2017 admin
    Letter “U” Unicorn
    Letter "U" Unicorn The Letter "U" is a fun letter to teach children. Here is a fun craft to do with my students. Simply paint your students hand, add yarn and glitter. Voila! You have a fun hands-on project that kids are going to love. Have fun! Read More...
  • The Letter “U” Up Craft

    May 12, 2017 admin
    The Letter “U” Up Craft
    The Letter "U" Craft Here is a really cute craft to do with the kids. It is from the movie "Up" Student's place their finger prints to add a color and fun to the craft. Read More...
  • My Preschool students are learning the letter “S” this week.

    April 4, 2017 admin
    My Preschool students are learning the letter “S” this week.
    Here are some fun activities to do in class or at home. Worksheet #1 Download Worksheet #2 Download Letter S Play Dough Mat Download  Scuba Jack Activity Book for Pre-K 30 pages Download Read More...
  • Preschool Activity Workbooks for Kids. Letter A to Z

    March 23, 2017 admin
    Preschool Activity Workbooks for Kids.  Letter A to Z
    Preschool Activity books and workbooks are perfect tools for stimulating and educating young minds. Their imaginations will be entertained while their minds expand. They learn new things with The Adventures of Scuba Jack's selection of Activity and workbooks for kids. Start the learning young with Letter A Activity Book and continue all the way to Letter Z. Our Activity Books are design to enhance your child's learning adventure. A child’s cognitive function and problem-solving skills are built with a Workbook of Mazes, while also providing hours of fun. Kids Acquire Knowledge Through Activity Workbooks When you involve small kids in discovery and exploration, they become motivated and enthusiastic. In a constructivist classroom, children are allowed to get information with the help of their senses and they make test predictions, hypothesis and discuss the results. In this way kids gain knowledge. The accumulated knowledge leads to further action which then produces greater energy. And this cycle continuously repeats. It’s the collaborative... Read More...
  • “7” Read to Succeed Strategies

    January 30, 2017 admin
    “7” Read to Succeed Strategies
    How Do I Teach My 5 Year Old to Read? “7” Read to Succeed Strategies! Children are learning from the moment they are born. They absorb whatever we teach them. Introducing “reading” to a young child can be done simply by reading to your child. Make it a daily routine. It could be after school, or it could be before bed. Whatever you choose will become an expected daily event. Additionally read aloud to your child and follow each word with your finger. Reading aloud to children helps to broaden their vocabulary and develop their knowledge of different types of print. Eventually a child will learn that print is read from left to right, from the top of the page to the bottom. Moreover, they will learn to correlate the spoken words with the printed words for Succeed Strategies. Reading is a good skill for our kids, but do you know the specific benefits your preschool child or toddler can... Read More...
  • Four Things To Consider When Choosing a Child Care Provider

    November 14, 2016 admin
    Four Things To Consider When Choosing a Child Care Provider
    Re-entering the workforce for many new mothers can be a hard decision to make. The notion of "mom guilt" is a very present and real fear. That many women face as they try to weigh the benefits and challenges of working outside of the home. Also placing children in a child care setting. Committing oneself as a loyal employee. And dedicated mother can be hard to balance and take an emotional toll. Many reservations arise when the search for reputable childcare begins, but we have listed four tips to consider when selecting a daycare provider. Consider the following tips. 1. Interactions Are Key The initial interactions that you encounter when you visit a childcare center are important. You should feel that you are able to communicate and see socialization. Initially when you visit the location. Being able to feel that you can ask questions, you discuss concerns should be determining factors. If you cannot have a solid communication system with... Read More...
  • Fun Things to Do When It’s Just You and Mom!

    November 14, 2016 admin
    Fun Things to Do When It’s Just You and Mom!
    As my children have gotten older and grown more independent I’ve noticed we spend less time together one-on-one doing activities and playing games. I miss the time with the time with them. Also, I feel one-on-one time provides natural opportunities for conversations and bonding. I want to maintain a close relationship with my kids as they grow so I decided to make it a point to devote some time each day engaging in play with them one on one. One on one time isn’t always easy to fit in between my work and other commitments and my kid’s playgroups, preschool, and other activities. But because it is so important, it is well worth the effort. I decided to commit to at least ten minutes a day of one-on-one time with each of my children. Ten minutes doesn’t sound like a lot but I’ve found the more achievable the goal, the more likely it is to actually happen. And of course,... Read More...
  • Phonemic Awareness

    October 12, 2016 admin
    Phonemic Awareness
    Phonemic awareness is an understanding that a word is made up of individual sounds, also called phonemes. A phoneme is the smallest unit of sound that influences a word’s meaning. For example, the phoneme /l/ changes the meaning of “sip” to “slip”. When a child develops phonemic awareness, they are able to manipulate and break down phonemes in a word. A phoneme can be one letter, such a /d/, or more than one letter /ch/. An important skill for children to learn is identifying phonemes in a word. For example, the word “ten” has three phonemes: /t/, /e/, and /n/. The word “chip” also has three phonemes: /ch/, /o/, and /p/. Phonemic awareness involves blending, substituting and breaking apart sounds. Blending is when you take individual sounds and blend them into a word. For example, /b/ /e/ /d/ can be blended into the word “bed”. The reverse of blending is breaking apart, such as taking the word “bed” and breaking... Read More...

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