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How to Share Preschool Teaching Strategies

Most preschoolers are hands-on, or kinesthetic, learners. They often use their whole body to paint a picture (think of children gathered around an easel) or use the entire room as a dance floor for their favorite song, and you can use this to your advantage when teaching your preschooler. By…

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How to Learn Preschool Play-Dough Activities

Opening new containers of play-dough can quicken the hearts of both preschoolers and moms. Nothing compares to the sight of that brightly-colored cylinder of dough, or the smell of it–like a plastic muffin. The best part? Mom gets a little quiet time while the kids are practicing small-motor skills and…

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How to Prepare Preschool Math Checklist

When you hear at your child’s play date that another 4-year-old kid counts to 1,000, takes violin lessons, reads second-grade books and has a Mandarin tutor, you might think you are late getting the ball rolling on academics for your preschooler. Before you start pushing your child into formal learning…

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How to Learn Preschool Classroom Birthday Ideas

Some parents go all out when it comes to their kids’ birthday celebrations. It’s tough to compete with backyard bounce houses and over-the-top party activities. The good news is that preschool classroom celebrations are small-scale events — and you have several easy and affordable options for sharing your birthday star’s…

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How to Learn Preschool Activities With Acorns

Your preschooler probably comes home and says she didn’t learn anything that day. What? She spent hours at school and didn’t learn a thing? Preschoolers learn by playing, so she’s gathering new information each day, but she doesn’t realize it. Reinforcing what she learns at school is a fun way…

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How To Make One-Minute Preschool Activities for Children’s

Just a minute,” you say to your impatient preschooler a dozen or more times each day. But, of course, we all know that a minute can often stretch into several. Keep some short children’s activities at your fingertips to occupy your little wiggle-worm while you complete a task or gather…

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How To Share Multidisciplinary Activities for Preschool

Finding activities for preschoolers that support more than one area of development doesn’t take extensive research or detailed planning. Chances are your child already experiences activities each day that support physical, cognitive and social-emotional development. The truth is most of the typical activities preschoolers engage in at home, daycare and…

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How To Making Preschool Printable on Your Computer

If you home school your preschooler, you know how expensive it can become to buy homeschooling materials. Who can afford to buy preschool printables when you have to spend money on food and a mortgage? Find ways to save money and have your printables too by making them yourself using…

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