Skill Builders: Learning to use scissors

Skill Builders: Learning to use scissors

Learning to use scissors is an important skill for your little ones as they prepare to go to school. You can help by providing some activities that let’s them practice their cuts and proper use, safety and following lines. Find scissor tips via Parents magazine....
Skill Builders: DIY Mosaic Board

Skill Builders: DIY Mosaic Board

We are back with another post highlighting important school readiness skills! For this activity we have recreated one of the resources we use in our early childhood education programs, a mosaic board. Early childhood skills learned: Color and shape recognition Fine...
Skill Builders: Building Blocks

Skill Builders: Building Blocks

Let’s play with blocks! This activity is not only fun, but it helps your toddlers and preschoolers build skills needed for school. Among the things they learn:  Spatial reasoning Creativity Building 3-D structures To get started, all you need are some blocks...
Skill Builders: Mosaic Art

Skill Builders: Mosaic Art

Let’s continue building your preschooler’s shape recognition with a creative activity that also reinforces fine motor and scissor skills and shape recognition. Getting started You’ll need a few items likely around your home. Materials: Construction...

Artful Tales Experience: Ish Painting

Gallery Educator Monica shares a fun art activity that you can do at home. This one is inspired by the book Ish by Peter H. Reynolds. It’s a process art activity, which essentially means you don’t follow step-by-step instructions. Instead, the focus is on exploring...
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