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6 Name Writing Activities
Writing their name is often one of the first things preschoolers learn to write. Tracing can be a great way to start learning letter formation, but it can also get quite monotonous. Try one of these fun activities to get your kiddo writing their name.
7 Preschool Play Date Tips
Play dates give your preschooler a chance to develop very important social skills. Check out these tips for setting up fun, stress-free play dates.
A Teacher's Guide To Show and Tell Themes
Sharing, otherwise known as show and tell, is a widely popular event with the preschool crowd. As a preschool teacher, you never know what might show up for show and tell. An exotic pet? A baby sibling? An electric guitar? Set a monthly theme so you don't get any unwanted surprises!
Alphabet Show and Tell - Ideas from A to Z
Many preschools have a letter of the week and the weekly show and tell usually coincides with this. Thinking of something for your child to bring that begins with a certain letter sounds simple enough, but when push comes to shove it often becomes tricky. Check out these ideas.
Banana Bread Math
Baking with preschool aged kids can be challenging and downright messy, yet it is something that most kids absolutely adore. Because of the nature of cooking, you can easily incorporate math terminology and concepts. Use our adapted banana bread recipe to enjoy a yummy math lesson.
Basic Life Skills for Kindergarten
Help your child succeed in kindergarten by entering school with necessary basic life skills.
Early Writing Skills
Did you know that writing skills can be developed long before you put a writing utensil in your child's hand? Improving your child's fine motor skills will promote early writing skills. Help your child develop the necessary fine motor skills needed to write with these three easy activities.
Executive Brain Function In Preschoolers
Many experts agree that executive functions are highly predictive of a child’s future success in academics and in life. Read to find out how you can help your child develop these skills.
How to Combat the Crazy Hour
Every family seems to have a crazy hour. It is the hour when you are trying to prep dinner and your little one starts going crazy. How can you gain some peace in your house?
How To Get Your Preschooler To Rest
What do you do when your child refuses to nap? "Rest Time" is a great option to give your child some quiet down-time.
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