Valentine’s Day, the day of love…when I was in public elementary school, we always had a fun little party with sweet red and pink cupcakes, cookies and candies, and the classroom was decorated with red and pink hearts, Cupids and arrows. We would have Valentine’s Day themed math worksheets, and pass out cheap little Valentine’s Day cards that we had spent time filling out the night before.
Tag Archives: preschool
One of my favorite St. Patrick’s day memory was from second grade. My teacher had put bright green “leprechaun footprints” all over our classroom; the floor, walls, ceiling, even our desk. It was so much fun walking into the classroom … read more
Here is a FREE flash card set (in digital form) that will help your child begin to read sight words! read more
I don’t know about your kids, but my preschooler loved to do craft projects. She also enjoyed “interactive” learning, whether it’s one of those “peek” books (you know, the ones where you open a paper flap to see what’s underneath, … read more
Gotta love the alliteration, right? Thought I’d start the post with a humorous note…anyway, on to the fun fall crafts for preschoolers! Preschoolers love doing crafts! (Or at least mine do!) Here are a few great ways to incorporate learning … read more
Learning to read and enjoying to read are first learned early in life. I found a site that offers lesson plans and printouts of nursery rhymes to help teach children not only how to read, but to enjoy reading. The … read more
Preschool is an exciting time! This is when children get their very first taste of learning. It’s a time when we, as parents, can encourage and foster a love of learning that can last a lifetime. There are so many … read more