Where do I live?

Thursday, 02 April 2015 posted by
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By: Family Education               Materials Map of your city, town, or neighborhood   Directions Look for your city, town, or neighborhood on a map. Point out your home’s location and the location of relatives’ and best friends’ homes. Find the school your child will attend and show your child

Play City

Thursday, 02 April 2015 posted by
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By: Family Education               Materials Markers Large sheet of paper   Directions Using markers on a large sheet of paper, draw an imaginary city big enough for your child’s cars and trucks. Be sure to include some landmarks familiar to your child: bank, grocery store, gas station, park, hospital,

Tummy Time

Thursday, 26 March 2015 posted by
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By: Family Education               Time 5 to 10 minutes Materials None Directions Playing from the tummy position allows for a different view of the world. Although it is recommended that babies sleep on their backs as a precaution against SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), your baby can still benefit

Can you hear me?

Thursday, 26 March 2015 posted by
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By: Family Education             Time 5 to 10 minutes Materials Large pieces of furniture to hide behind Directions In this variation of peekaboo, you hide behind a piece of furniture. Call your baby by name, grabbing their attention before you pop out. Extensions Play this game by calling from a

Mess-Free Art

Thursday, 19 March 2015 posted by
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  By: Education.com     This activity is a super-simple way to let your child finger paint without dealing with the mess! Enjoy making art without the clean-up afterward.     Materials: plastic Ziploc bag (freezer bags work best, since the plastic is stronger) paint or a similar colored substance (i.e., shampoo, hair gel, shaving

Math Game for Preschool

Thursday, 19 March 2015 posted by
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Let’s Maths Match-up!

Learn Parts of Speech

Thursday, 12 March 2015 posted by
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Identify parts of speech in a bag on treats!

Branch Out: Create an Alphabet Tree

Thursday, 12 March 2015 posted by
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Make an alphabet tree collage!

Dictionary Name Game

Thursday, 05 March 2015 posted by
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                Required: Dictionary Pen and paper What’s in a name? A great opportunity for learning new words—with the help of a dictionary. During breakfast, snack time, or any time you and your child want to expand your vocabularies and have some fun, pull out a dictionary. Then ask

Language Play

Thursday, 05 March 2015 posted by
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By: Family Education               Directions Learn simple words in different languages. Teach your child to count to ten in other languages and to say simple words like “hello,” “good-bye,” and “thank you.” Have a theme day when you locate a country on the map and talk about the unique

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