14 Easy and Fun Dinosaur Activities for Preschoolers and Toddlers

14 Easy and Fun Dinosaur Activities for Preschoolers and Toddlers

There is just something about dinosaurs that appeals to children of all ages, but especially to preschoolers and toddlers. If your kids are anything like mine, you may often be scouring the internet for ideas, and while your kiddos may not be quite ready to study...

Roll the Dice Movement Break Activity for Preschoolers

Roll the Dice Movement Break Activity for Preschoolers

It is so important to keep your preschooler moving when they are stuck inside. While there are plenty of Pinterest-worthy activities out there sometimes you just need something simple. This DIY dice movement break activity for preschoolers requires minimal materials...

Beginning Sounds Worksheets – Free Printable for Preschool

Beginning Sounds Worksheets – Free Printable for Preschool

Most preschoolers are ready to start learning letters and the sounds that they make by the time they are 3 years old. They will learn to develop phonemic awareness (listening for a sound in a word) and have an understanding of phonics (associating a letter with that...

Spell Your Name Exercise Free Printable for Preschoolers

Spell Your Name Exercise Free Printable for Preschoolers

The weather is getting warmer, and that means more time outside! While this is an exciting time for parents and kids everywhere, the question remains on what exactly to do outside. Your preschooler will often like to have free reign outdoors, exploring and discovering...

How to Teach a Kid to Ride a Bike Using a Balance Bike

How to Teach a Kid to Ride a Bike Using a Balance Bike

If your child is old enough to start cycling with you, you'll need to get them started! In this article you'll learn how to teach a kid to ride a bike using a balance bike, which is the best approach for younger children. My husband and I are both passionate cyclists....

How Does Reading Improve Speech for Your Child

How Does Reading Improve Speech for Your Child

Delayed speech in babies and toddlers can be worrying for parents, but life can be easier if you start treatment at a younger age. When you sign your little one up for speech therapy for kids with a trained speech-language pathologist, one of the first pieces of...

The Benefits of Outdoor Play for Children’s Development

The Benefits of Outdoor Play for Children’s Development

Children don’t just play for fun; they play to learn. Research shows that playing in any way helps develop core cognitive, social and creative skills, but the benefits of outdoor play for children's development are infinite. The playground and outdoor play satisfies a...

12 Tips to Help Your Preschooler Learn Letters and Letter Sounds

12 Tips to Help Your Preschooler Learn Letters and Letter Sounds

Preschoolers are fast learners because they are energetic and curious to get answers about anything they see or hear. Parents and caregivers should use this never-ending curiosity to help them learn letters and letter sounds. Parents can create simple preschool...

31 Things That You Can Teach Your 3 Year Old

31 Things That You Can Teach Your 3 Year Old

Whether your 3 year old is in full or part-time preschool, home schooled, or simply hanging out at home with grandma, there are so many learning opportunities at this age. Three year olds are like little sponges, picking up every bit of information about the world...

Clothespin Letter Match Preschool Activity

Clothespin Letter Match Preschool Activity

I am always on the hunt for fun ways to add a little bit of learning to my daily activities with my kids. With winter still holding strong for at least another month or so it is important to find things, we can do inside. This clothespin letter match activity is...