Words Of The Week!
EMOTION - a strong feeling (such as love, anger, joy, hate, or fear).
Activities Of The Week!
Big & Small Activities
Do something big or small, your kids will love it.
Build it Tall and Wide
Play with your child every day.
Circles and Shapes in Our Environment
The world around us is full of shapes. Let your child learn shapes and words to become young science explorers.
Compare and Contrast
Compare and contrast the wonders of nature.
Confetti and Painting
Learning emotional awareness often starts with reading. Reading out loud with emotion helps children understand what's happening and connect with the story.
Fun with Measurement
Did you know that 85% of the brain is formed by age 3?
Games Build Emotions Too
Reading together builds confidence.
In Music & Nature
Find fun together and in nature.
Magic in Melodies
Mix It Up
See what happens when you mix transparent substances with the basic colors.
Music & Emotions Go Hand in Hand
Be inspired and get creative with your child.
Read at Bedtime or in the Day
Reading is an excellent calming activity before bedtime or settle your child during the day.
Read It and Trace It
Read or trace to learn about the shapes and their angles.
Read, Sing and Dance
Read or get active with your kids.
Reading Builds the Brain
Did you know that 85% of the brain is formed by age 3? That’s almost the whole brain!
Shape Up with Puppet Play
Need help teaching your child about shapes? Puppets can be great teaching companions.
Sketching & Drawing Help Build Vocabulary
Let your child express herself with sketching and drawing.
Sound and Vibration
Talk about sound and practice listening
Sound of Music
Read with you child. Check out an audio book.
The Ripple of Sound
Activities with sound and water.
Things Big and Small
Read, sing and enjoy things big and small with your child today.
Trace Pentagons and Cut Out Shapes
Pentagons are some of the coolest shapes. Take a moment to learn more about these unique shapes by tracing or cutting them out and using to build new shapes.
Transparent and Opaque
Knowing the difference between transparent and opaque builds understanding and vocabulary.
Where are the Shapes in Your Neighborhood?
Explore your neighborhood or make time to create your own shapes at home. Making learning fun for your kids enhances opportunity for growth.
Rhyming Helps Teach Rhythm
Rhyming teaches children how language works and brings awareness to how words sound. Rhyming is important for writing, too. It can help children understand that words that share common sounds often share common letters. For example, the rhyming words cat and bat both end with –at.
Asking the Right Questions in the Right Way Helps Your Child’s Development
Take advantage of books with beautiful illustrations and ask questions that let your child reply with longer sentences. Instead of asking “What’s this?” “What color is it?” “Is this a dog or a cat?”, ask things like: “Tell me what’s happening in this picture” or “What are some of the things that this boy could […]