Outside and All Around

Think back to your days in elementary school. Chances are, your teacher spent some time discussing prepositions – you know, words like “in,” “around,” “near,” and “after.” Words that describe a spatial or temporal relationship or direction. Here is a … READ MORE

Learning about Time Continuity and Change: Home for the Summer

Does your child attend a preschool that breaks for the summer time?  If so, this is a great time for them to learn the concepts of months and weeks.  Early Learning Standards require that our children learn about physical systems. … READ MORE

Physical Activity for Children

The American Heart Association’s stance on physical inactivity is that it: “is a major risk factor for developing coronary artery disease. It also increases the risk of stroke and such other major cardiovascular risk factors as obesity, high blood pressure, … READ MORE

Learning about “Wiggly Workers”

Learning about “Wiggly Workers” Our friends at TLC Family have come up with this interactive children’s activity to teach children about the benefit of worms.  Try this out in your classroom! In this “Wiggly Workers” activity, you’ll discover why earthworms … READ MORE

“… when the world is puddle-wonderful”

E.E. Cummings referred to springtime as “when the world is puddle-wonderful.” What a marvelous expression! May is a lovely time of year for enjoying the outdoors with your children. For example, why not create a scavenger hunt? Ensuring each group … READ MORE