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How to create sensory Based Arts and Crafts for Preschoolers Skip

Just like toddlers, preschoolers learn by experiencing life hands on. If they unroll the toilet paper, they learn that it can go on and on seemingly forever — much like Mommy’s lecturing when she discovers that there is not a single square left in the bathroom. Capitalize on your child’s…

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How to create reindeer Ornament Craft for Preschoolers Skip

“You know Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen…” Maybe you don’t, but your preschooler is almost certain to know that reindeer mean Santa’s on his way. Making a reindeer ornament or two with your tot can help Christmas fly right in, as you share those fun — and messy…

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How to use rainy Days Games for Toddlers & Preschoolers Skip

Remember when rain used to be sort of fun? You could sip tea and curl up with a book all day. Then you had children, and rain started to feel like punishment. After a day trapped inside with squirmy toddlers or preschoolers, your house will look as though it was…

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How to make things to Do on a Snow Day With Preschoolers Skip

Whether you’re cheering with the kids or secretly dreading a day of no work and preschool, you have to make the best of the day of family togetherness. If you don’t plan activities for your preschooler, you’re likely to hear complaints of boredom or bickering before the flakes even stop…

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How to make things to Do in Puerto Rico With Preschoolers Skip

With temperatures between 75 degrees and 85 degrees year round, pristine beaches and beautiful views around the island, Puerto Rico offers an attractive oasis that the whole family can enjoy. However, you may want to avoid the area with your preschooler between June and November when hurricane season takes over…

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How to make the Importance of Reading to Preschoolers Skip

According to HealthyChildren.org, reading aloud to your child is one of the best ways you can help her learn to read. But did you know there are countless other benefits to recounting tales of princesses and dragons to your little library lover? From teaching your tot to problem solve to…

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How to share the Importance of Positive Self Talk With Preschoolers Skip

Dr. Phil McGraw of the “Dr. Phil” TV show often says, “It takes 100 ‘atta girls’ to erase one ‘you’re not worth the trouble.’” This quote demonstrates not only how much children soak up what parents tell them, but that negative words spoken only once have as great an effect…

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How to Make Sock Hop Activities for Preschoolers Skip

Preschoolers love to show off their moves and groove to tunes. If you’re tired of hearing the same old songs over and over, introduce your little dancer to the bopping music from the 1950s. Organized dances — called sock hops — showcased popular ’50s songs, and the teens of that…

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How to Share Social Learning Goals for Preschoolers Skip

Sometimes your child’s behavior can embarrass you. Whether he has just whacked another preschool child with a block or threw a tantrum at the grocery store, his behavior can leave you wishing that social skills came programmed with the child. Preschool curriculum includes social skill activities to help tame and…

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How to Create Winter Themed Activities for Preschoolers Skip

Is the long, dreary winter making you and your preschooler stir crazy? Or, maybe, the dog days of summer have you dreaming of a white winter. Whatever your situation, winter-themed activities are a fun way to explore some scientific properties with your preschool child. Intrigue your budding mini-scientist with these…

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How To Teach Physical Fitness Activities for Preschoolers Skip

Think “fun” when you pursue physical fitness activities for preschoolers. Nothing can take the joy of out exercise faster than pressuring a 3- to 5-year-old to join in activities he couldn’t care less about or worse yet, forcing your child to follow a strict exercise regime, according to the American…

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How Parents Modeling Behavior for Preschoolers Skip

In the middle of everyday chaos, parents often fall into the “do as I say, not as I do” mode when dealing with their preschoolers. Unfortunately, this sends a mixed message to the child, leaving her confused and unsure about what’s really “right.” At this stage of development, she’s looking…

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“Mary, Mary Quite Contrary” Activities for Preschoolers Skip

“Mary, Mary Quite Contrary” is a popular nursery rhyme that has been engaging children for hundreds of years. The rhyme, with its images of silver bells and pretty flowers, can be used as a theme for fun activities that will help to develop your preschooler’s skills and imagination. Paper Flower…

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