I think it’s safe to say that the warmer weather is FINALLY here to stay (fingers crossed), and we couldn’t be happier about it! This means water play ideas for preschoolers will be the name of the game. We need all the outdoor time we can get after such a long winter. Just before we
You may be hearing over and over that learning through play is the best way to teach your young child. But what does that mean? And how to you encourage learning through play with your child? Read on for 5 ways to incorporate learning through play in your home in the early years. What…
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Learning phonics is so much fun with this magnetic fishing game. It’s quick and easy to make and a great way of learning through play. Can your child fish for letters and then tell you what sounds they make? Can they fish for a picture has the same initial sound? So much fun they’ll be phonic fishing all summer #phonicsgame #phonicsactivity #learningletters #earlylearning #learninggameforkids
Do you know about 'loose parts play'? This is an idea that was introduced to me a few years ago in the Kindergarten classroom. I have used loose parts with my own children pretty much every single day since then. The idea is so very simple, and the learning is so very powerful. The idea