These are 4 interactive learning books to practice color matching and vocabulary. The four books are the following themes: Foods, Articles of Clothing, Animals, and Household Items. The children love these books as they are interactive. They are learning color matching and the vocabulary of all the items in the books. As an added challenge… Continue reading Interactive Color Books- Early Learning
Here are Jade’s curriculum picks for this school year 2014. Jade is a 3 year old homeschool pre-school student. She does her pre-school activities from the hours of 9am to 12pm. The rest of the day is left for outside play, extra-curricular activities, and arts & crafts. She has an educational shelf. She has hands… Continue reading 3 Year Old’s Homeschool Pre-School Curriculum Picks 2014
Create your own maze with duct tape! simply make a path with the duct tape and label the start and finish with index cards. This post will show you 7 activities to get your child to exercise and have lots of fun with the maze. Enjoy!! 1) Have your child go around the maze. To… Continue reading Make your own Maze: Duct Tape Maze activities for Children!!
The ShelfWork e-book is finally here! I have been asked by many of my subscribers for pictures of all the activities in my closet. After months of putting the e-book together, the manual of children activities is finally here! The ShelfWork E-book includes over 180 visual, hands-on activities for children ages 3 months-5 years old.… Continue reading ShelfWork E-book
Sensory play is important because children learn and explore the world through their five senses. The sensory bins help children develop their sense of touch and sharpen their fine motor skills. Fine motor skills are those that require the ability to use and coordinate small muscle groups such as pincer grasp and palm grasp. Fine motor… Continue reading Sensory Play: Develop Sense of Touch