Healthy habits are an important part of a fulfilling life. Help your child make a creative reminder of the routines we follow to keep ourselves in good health.
Through an easy sequence of folds, you and your child can make a picture frame out of paper. This activity is a fun, creative way for your child to practice both fine motor and beginning writing skills.
By the end of the book Giraffes Can’t Dance, everyone realizes that Gerald the Giraffe is an amazing dancer! To celebrate Gerald, help your child write an acrostic poem that describes him.
Extend your child’s learning through an imaginative writing activity designed to help her think about food allergies.
There are so many feelings that can happen in a day. In this activity, your child will explore different emotions while also practicing beginning writing skills.
Your child is probably starting to identify and read some signs and frequently viewed words. Capture some of these words with your camera and use the photos to create a book that he can read all by himself!
With this activity, your little one can pour, splash, stir, squeeze, and squirt her way to success!
Have you ever bought your child a new toy and he was more interested in playing with the box than the toy? Turn this into an opportunity to build your child’s letter knowledge in a fun way.
Children need lots of practice with sight words so that they can say them automatically and quickly when they see them. Learning sight words is an important step in learning to read.
Children love to be outdoors and to bond with the natural environment. Connect your child to the real world and use the opportunities to build a rich and varied vocabulary.