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The Kissing Hand was a book I’d never heard of before my kids attended preschool but now has become a classic back to school book or littles. School is starting in the forest, but Chester Raccoon does not want to go. To help ease Chester’s fears, Mrs. Raccoon shares a family secret called the KissingContinue reading “Back to School read aloud books”
It’s that time of year again! Back to school is upon some of us… Worried about your little ones first days of school? Take a look at my series of blog posts about Keys For Kindergarten Excellence. Great for preschool and kindergarten age kids and parents to prep for the school year! Keys For KindergartenContinue reading “Kindergarten Prep”
It’s summer but that doesn’t mean the kids have to stop learning. Check out some great videos to teach your kids about the 4th of July: Do your kids love to tell jokes? Help them tell some new ones at this years celebration! Want to get your kiddos moving today? Check out this workout withContinue reading “The Night Before 4th of July and other July educational resources”
365momme.com wants to wish all the dads out there a great father’s day! Here’s a great book to share with your kids and their dads to celebrate the day… Just Helping My Dad by Mercer Mayer: Little Critter is having a great day helping his dad. Whether he’s making breakfast, cutting the grass or washingContinue reading “Happy Father’s Day!”
In keeping with the categories of the blog posts I’m sharing on this site here are a few books to help you stay entertained and informed over the summer. Education The Dyslexic Advantage by Drs. Brock and Fernette Eide One Room School House by Sal Khan Entertainment Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman BigContinue reading “Summer Reading List For MomMe”
Spanking, or rather paddling, in schools recently made headlines when a Florida student was paddled by a principal and it was caught by an outside party to the incident. As a child of the 70s, 80s, and 90s, I’m not at all unfamiliar with this concept although I’ve never experienced it myself. When I wentContinue reading “Against The Grain”
Surprisingly enough cutting things with scissors is not a skill you instantly know how to do. It takes practice. Along with fine motor skills this is something children in the 3-5 year age group learn how to do. The series of posts I’m doing on this subject matter are expanded from an article I foundContinue reading “Life in Kindergarten — Cutting”
A school assignment my son had as the school year wears its way down is to make bubble solution and blow bubbles! The teacher posted this video: This is his attempt to blow bubbles without a wand: He’s blowing through the finger holes of a scrub daddy!
Today is Cinco de Mayo! In California this is a huge celebration in our area. Here are a few links to help share this holiday with your family. Cinco de Mayo: Fiesta Fun!Check out these surprising facts about this celebration. BY ROSE DAVIDSON https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/history/article/cinco-de-mayo Hope you have a great day and learned something new!