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How To Putting on a coat is a feat for preschoolers

Preschool is sometimes a child’s first experience away from his primary caregiver. You may be wondering if he is physically ready to leave your capable hands. Will he be able to use the bathroom? Open his milk at snacktime? Use scissors? What is expected of your preschooler and what help…

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How To Train Physical Exercises for Preschoolers

Your active preschooler might appear to get enough exercise through everyday play, but childhood obesity can strike even the most playful children when they do not get enough activity. The University of Illinois suggests that parents ensure that preschoolers stay fit and healthy by encouraging them to participate in fun…

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How To Teach Physical Development of Preschoolers

The preschool years are a period of profound change during which you will witness your dependent, tottering youngster transform into a decidedly more coordinated and capable child.  This period of development, which includes the years spanning from age 3 to age 5, is rife with physical changes.  The skills your…

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How To Make Phonics Activities for Preschoolers

If the term phonics or “phonemic awarness” sounds more like a medical diagnosis than something you should be teaching your preschooler, fear not: teaching phonics is simply teaching your child about the way letters and sounds form words. Incorporating a few simple games and activities into your daily routine is…

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How To Share October Crafts for Preschoolers

October is an exciting time of the year for children. There are pumpkins to carve, apples to peel and lots of candy to consume. Lucky you, right? Most preschoolers tend to associate this month with dressing up for Halloween. So what can parents do to keep Spiderman and Dora the…

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How to Play Toddler Games for Morning Routines
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How To Share Napping Strategies for Preschoolers

Nap time. The very words are a delight to the ears of weary parents. But as your child approaches the preschool years, you may wonder whether kids this age still need naps, as well as how to set a good nap time routine. According to the Cleveland Clinic, most preschoolers…

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How to Play Toddler Games for Morning Routines
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How To Share Milk Alternatives for Toddlers in Preschoolers

If you’re thinking about switching from moo-juice to a different nutritious beverage for your toddler, you’re in luck — there are plenty of tasty milk alternatives. Weigh your options and be willing to try something new next time you head to the grocery store. You may just find a new…

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How To Share Memory Activities for Preschoolers

Your preschooler probably asks you a lot of questions about the world around her, including the ever-popular, “Why?” At this age, her brain is also continuing to develop the capacity for memorization, which provides the perfect opportunity to turn the tables and direct a few questions back at her. The…

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How to Share Louisville Children’s Activities Preschoolers

Louisville, Kentucky, offers a plethora of activities for preschoolers and toddlers — and children of all ages and budgets of all sizes. Kids can get back to nature, learn about health science or experience the theater on a level that is engaging and entertaining. Your family day will be such…

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Literacy Themed Crafts for Preschoolers

Crafts bring the pages of your preschooler’s favorite books to life. Extension activities like crafts push your everyday story time into an explosion of literary connections. Several general craft projects are adaptable for any children’s book so you don’t need to come up with something new each time. Channel your…

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Links Between Language & Playing for Preschoolers Skip

On a stressful or busy day, don’t you wish you could just spend your whole day playing, like most preschoolers do?  Well, it turns out, those preschoolers are actually doing a lot of learning while they play, and one of the areas that they develop most by play is language….

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Light and Shadow Activities for Preschoolers Skip

Light and shadow have an aura of mystery that intrigues preschoolers whose minds are full of curiosity about the world around them. When you turn light and shadow science into a game, your child’s play becomes a learning experience that’s fun for the whole family. From active movement activities to…

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Letter O Topics for Preschoolers Skip

Letter topics in a preschool curriculum integrate fun learning activities by helping children successfully recognize and learn the letters of the alphabet, including the letter “O.” Seize the opportunity to encourage your preschooler to tune into the world of letters, words and eventually reading by pointing out the subtle differences…

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Letter M Activities for Preschoolers Skip

Letter M is a popular letter among preschoolers because they can form the sound without opening their mouths. Preschools usually teach this letter first for that reason, using tangible and memorable activities. Daily repetition and fun helps young kids remember what was learned. If you hear your child walking through…

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Letter H Crafts for Kids Skip in Preschoolers

By working your way through the alphabet, your kiddo should have exposure to the letters for important letter recognition. Keep it fun and nix the pressure. These letter “H” crafts and activities should have a focus on fun instead of hard-core learning. You have plenty of time for more serious…

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Lessons on Gentleness for Kids Skip in Preschoolers

Little ones are often overly aggressive without even realizing it. Tiny, grabby hands and tight hugs from your little one can cause accidental pain and injury. However, you can teach gentleness to toddlers and preschoolers with a few interactive lessons that promote a soft touch and a calm spirit. Gentleness…

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