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.
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
Preschool Lesson Plans Many teachers use Preshcool lesson plans as an outline of what will be covered and also taught to their students for an entire school year. Additionally, the Curriculum Standards outlined in the No Child Left Behind Act outlines the concepts needed to be learned prior to entering Kindergarten. Using Lesson plans helps
In a society where children are surrounded by screens of all shapes and sizes. It can sometimes be difficult to get them engaged with the basics of learning these days. Screen time is a very passive form of entertainment. But within the printed word is a world of imagination and knowledge that if unlocked. So
As the school year begins to draw to a close and the children head out to play, we must remember to keep the learning coming. During the months of summer vacation, all children experience a phenomenon known as “Summer Learning Loss.” What happens is that since they’re not in school, they stop learning. Studies show
Children are constantly seeking people to look up to; people to watch, observe and learn from. Few people can have an impact on a child’s life than an older brother or sister. For many kids, their older sibling is the coolest person in the world. So, get your family engaged in reading books. It can
Children are not born with a natural aversion to reading. We know that. We see what happens when we introduce toddlers to books. They fall in love. They carry their favorites around and admire the pictures over and over again. we will see the 10 Reasons Non-readers Don’t Read Why, then, is reading such a
“Mommy, I need you,” he calls from his darkened room. I know he’s made a space next to him in his narrow twin-sized bed — a space I’ve been filling since it was an impossibly tiny toddler bed and, to some degree, even a crib.