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Imagine a morning that begins with you being able to make, and drink, your coffee all while your child learns?!
A morning that allows you to make breakfast without little people pulling on your pant legs begging for toast.
Preschool morning routines without worksheets. Activities that help start your morning and encourage child led learning.
Preschool name activities for home or circle time. Engage letter and name recognition with 11 different name games. Fine motor and gross motor ideas to teach your preschooler their name.
Snowed in? Don't miss the simple set up.
It's time to take out the magnets and begin practicing different letter formations.
"Boom. And there they were. Pieces of the story were coming together like a Melissa and Doug puzzle. Perfectly fitting parts into all the empty spaces."
Retell A Long Winter's Nap with this simple preschool story retelling activity.
Your guide to the best Christmas books for preschoolers.
DIY memory game in 3 easy steps.
Retell Little Blue Truck's Christmas with this simple preschool math game that introduces the hundreds chart.
In need of a GREAT Thanksgiving book? We have you covered!
Want a calmer morning? These super simple preschool activities will get you started today!
I put together a list of the most popular Breakfast Invitations,
Not only does this story get better with every read (I credit this to the rhythm and rhyming throughout the story), but it is a fun storyline of how to be kind, compassionate and helpful. Here is an easy to make preschool activity to enhance your preschoolers storytelling.
This Preschool Curriculum catered to different learning styles of their learning styles to meet the needs of many children. Ages 2.5+
Balance practice can improve reading. Working the vestibular system helps with tracking, reading and writing.
20+ powerful ways to introduce character, plot, setting, and sequence of events with your preschooler.
My preschooler actually woke up the next morning, looked out the window, and said, "The sun is up. Let's go play our Hopscotch Game."