Monday, July 18, 2022

Beginning Sounds

 Introducing letters to your child with corresponding beginning-sound objects helps your child correlate beginning sounds when they see and feel an object. Literacy learning is a whole-body, sensory experience!

  • You will need a drawer storage cabinet I found mine at a  local hardware store.
  • I cut out the letters and carefully taped them onto the boxes.
  • For letter X: I included the x-ray picture — you can cut a lot of these out if you don’t want to purchase objects!
  • You may find some items at your house, so be on the look-out! (with Barbie sets, etc.) — I am still looking for little trinkets at Michael’s and little local gift shops to continue adding to my collection.

I should note that many of these items are huge choking hazards, so only use these learning materials when your child is ready to use them properly — and keep them away from any younger children!

Monday, July 11, 2022

Out of this World

With this fun constellation activity, preschoolers shoot for the stars - and with stickers as one of the supplies, students can't wait to come to the table and make their own!

Friday, July 8, 2022

Mini S'more Snack


Who doesn't like S'mores?  
We created our own S'more Snack to include with our Camping theme week.