First Week of Preschool or Pre-K Counting Mats (Free Printable)

First Week of Preschool or Pre-K Counting Mats (Free Printable)

After a long, hot summer, I bet you can't wait to get back into the classroom and meet your new kids! Preschool is a time for learning and discovery and most students will be eager to get started too. Preschool and Pre-K students are just starting to make sense of...

21 Best Books for 1-Year-Olds You Need on Your Bookshelf

21 Best Books for 1-Year-Olds You Need on Your Bookshelf

Reading is one of the best things that you can do with your children throughout their lives. It's never too early or too late to start reading, but you need to continue to find new books for them to read. As your baby grows into a toddler, you'll need to increase your...

10 Clever Ways to Teach Your Toddler How to Share

10 Clever Ways to Teach Your Toddler How to Share

There are so many lessons that our toddlers need to learn: from basic life skills like potty training and sleeping in a “big kid” bed, to physical skills like jumping and running, and emotional skills like regulating emotions or sharing with others. At a family...

16 Back to School Printables Your Kids Will Love

16 Back to School Printables Your Kids Will Love

It's time to head back to school, and these back-to-school printables will get your kids (or students) ready for the school year ahead. Back-to-school printables are the perfect way to open up the school year. If you're a teacher, these printables help decorate your...

The Best Tips to Teach Sight Words to Kindergarteners

The Best Tips to Teach Sight Words to Kindergarteners

It’s important for beginning readers to develop a bank of sight words to support their early reading. If you’re wondering how to teach sight words to kindergarteners and preschoolers, it’s a task that can be done, but it will definitely take time. Read on for some...

Letter T Printables: Alphabet Learning Worksheets for Preschoolers

Letter T Printables: Alphabet Learning Worksheets for Preschoolers

The alphabet is one of the most basic skills that a preschooler will learn. Teaching them letter by letter with various worksheets, crafts, and sensory activities is a great way to learn each letter while simultaneously working on other skills. If you're working your...

21 Important Things to Teach Your 2 Year Old

21 Important Things to Teach Your 2 Year Old

At this age, children are like little sponges, picking up every bit of information about the world around them. The majority of things that your two year old learns will be through play and normal social interaction. Everyday occurrences can provide numerous learning...

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...