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Do You Have A Literacy-Friendly Home?

Tweet You set the example for your child. Your home reflects what you value the most. Look around your home and think about what you do with your child everyday.Your home should be the place where your child experiences books and love for reading. Does your home provide some of the following items? 1. My child has crayons, markers and/or pencils for drawing and writing. 2. My child has several alphabet books to read. 3....

Starting the New School Year Off Right

Tweet The new school year has begun. You have bought all the school supplies, new uniforms, new shoes, etc. Now you send your child off to school and hope for the best. Here are some ways you can make sure your child is off to a good start.  Make sure you give your child the best possible foundation to make this school year the best one yet. 1. Start routines early. Make sure breakfast is on time each day. Have your...

ART BOOKS FOR CHILDREN

Tweet One fun way to encourage your child to love to read is to find books that speak to their interests. Non-fiction books offer your child variety and entry into a whole new world.  Books about insects, astronomy, robots, gardening, etc. are all ways in involve your child in a new way while engaging them in reading. In my blog today I want to suggest several art books which I think are great ways to explore the world...

Shoe Box Summer

Tweet  Shoe Box Summer Make a shoe box for each week in the summer. Fill each box with different interesting ideas for projects.   1.    A Writing Box - fill with postcards, stationary, stickers, pens, etc.   2.    A Nature Box - magnifying glass, small zip lock bags for collecting things, rocks, shells, etc. Crayons and paper for rubbings on bark, leaves, etc.   3.    Bubble Box - all kinds of...

Summer Stamping Fun

Tweet Summer Stamping Fun   Materials Needed: Lots of different kinds and sizes of paper in white and/or different colors Washable paints such as Crayola Sponges of different sizes and textures Paint brushes Old buttons, shells, string, leaves, etc. Q-tips Rubber stamps of various designs and/or alphabet stamps Stickers all kinds, sizes or shapes   Directions: Give your child a large work area such as your kitchen...