35 Creative Ways to Encourage Your Preschooler to Read

35 Creative Ways to Encourage Your Preschooler to Read

Have you ever met a friend whose kids love reading? And have you ever felt that your kids should love books more, but you don't know how? Don't worry, we all feel that! Most of the parents are so busy in their lives and hectic routines that they don't get enough time...

Fun Games to Teach Toddlers About Money 

Fun Games to Teach Toddlers About Money 

Teaching children good money habits at an early age can have long-term advantages. Children who understand fundamental budgeting and saving will likely follow healthy financial habits as they grow up. They could acquire relationships and be less financially...

Name Writing for Preschoolers – Free Printable

Are you searching for a delightful and educational activity to help your little one learn to write their name? Name writing is a fundamental skill that supports a child's cognitive, social, and emotional development. It sets the stage for further literacy growth,...

Delayed Speech In Twins – What You Need To Know

Delayed Speech In Twins – What You Need To Know

I can't tell you how many times that I Google searched milestones for my kiddos in the early weeks, months and years. Speech is something that a lot of parents worry about and for valid reasons. Statistically twins develop their speech at a slower pace than...

How To Know If Your Child Is A Late Talker

How To Know If Your Child Is A Late Talker

Speech is something that a lot of parents are worried about. When will my child talk? Are they hitting their talking milestones appropriately? A lot of parents have questions and fears about speech and I am here to help answer those questions and hopefully give you...

Tips and Tricks to Teach Financial Literacy to Children

Tips and Tricks to Teach Financial Literacy to Children

The growth of technology has resulted in the introduction of many new ways for individuals to spend money on a wide variety of goods and services. But it’s also because of these advancements that people get into money trouble.  Many youngsters today know nothing...

Winter Sensory Bin with Fake Snow: A Winter Activity

Winter Sensory Bin with Fake Snow: A Winter Activity

As the temperatures dip lower, I'm always on the search for easy activities that my kids will love, and one of my kids' favorite things to do is play with a sensory bin. I made a winter sensory bin with fake snow and it was a huge hit for my kids. I saw a bag of fake...

Easy & Educational Flower Activities for Preschool

Easy & Educational Flower Activities for Preschool

Spring has *almost* sprung, and it is time to start planning easy and educational flower activities for preschoolers. I love planning springtime activities because on good weather days, you can do them outside! How do you teach preschoolers about flowers? Teaching...

Playground Safety for Children – Rules and Precautions

Playground Safety for Children – Rules and Precautions

Playing on the playground can be a fun and rewarding experience for children. But it is important to ensure that they stay safe while doing so. Playgrounds provide a place for children to have fun, exercise, and socialize. But, without proper safety precautions,...

37 + Fun & Educational Nature Activities for Preschoolers

37 + Fun & Educational Nature Activities for Preschoolers

Spring is almost here and it's time to start planning fun and educational nature activities for preschoolers! The great outdoors is a wonderful place for preschoolers to learn. Playing outside encourages motor development, encourages healthy vitamin d levels and so...

Winter Snowflake CVC Word Strips – FREE Printable

Winter Snowflake CVC Word Strips – FREE Printable

If you are stuck inside and looking for an activity to do with your preschooler, I have just the thing! Lots of parents, teachers and preschoolers love printables, because they are fun to do and *mostly* mess free! CVC words or consonant-vowel-consonant words are a...

Pencil Grasp Development: Everything You Need to Know

Pencil Grasp Development: Everything You Need to Know

Proper pencil grasp is important for learning how to write. It can be difficult for little hands to learn how to properly grasp on a pencil because of the awkward feeling. So, what is proper pencil grasp and how do you teach it? This post may contain affiliate links...

Free St. Patrick’s Day Printables: Dot Activities

Free St. Patrick’s Day Printables: Dot Activities

St. Patrick's Day is one of my favorite holidays! It's fun to celebrate with your family without the added pressure of needing to buy presents or decorate your house too much. Instead, we eat delicious food - something I really love - and work on some fun activities....

Fun and Unique Valentine’s Day Activities for Preschoolers

Fun and Unique Valentine’s Day Activities for Preschoolers

Valentine's day is almost here! I am excited to share my favorite Valentine's Day activities for preschoolers with you! How to introduce Valentine's Day to preschoolers There is a lot of history behind Valentine's Day, however that can be a bit complicated to explain...

Speech Regression: What Concerned Parents Should Know

Speech Regression: What Concerned Parents Should Know

Have you noticed your child's speech isn't the same lately? Are they babbling more or speaking in a simpler form than a few weeks ago? Your child may have a speech regression. Seeing your child regress in any skill is frustrating and worrisome. You may wonder if this...

How to Teach Letter Formation: Tips & Tricks

How to Teach Letter Formation: Tips & Tricks

Letter formation is the basic building block of good handwriting. The ability to form letters properly is directly linked to strong fine motor skills. Proper letter formation is important even for things like reading, letter recognition and memory skills. Sometimes,...

The Differences Between Left and Right Handed Scissors

The Differences Between Left and Right Handed Scissors

Fun fact: Did you know that around 10% of the population is left-handed? If you have a little lefty on your hands, it is important to know the difference between left- and right-handed scissors. Making sure that your left-handed child has the appropriate tools in...

Ultimate Guide to the Touch Sense + Toys & Activity Suggestions

Ultimate Guide to the Touch Sense + Toys & Activity Suggestions

Have you ever noticed how little ones always want to touch everything in sight, and even put items in their mouths? That's because the sense of touch is one of the best ways for them to learn! I have put together the ultimate guide to the touch sense PLUS toy and...

Teaching Strategies for Students with ADHD

Teaching Strategies for Students with ADHD

Teachers play a critical role in learners' development socially, emotionally, and intellectually. They define students' cognitive growth through support, accommodation, and reinforcements. However, the teaching strategies for students with ADHD may vary from typical...

Decorate a Gingerbread Person – Free Printable

Decorate a Gingerbread Person – Free Printable

What says December fun more than a gingerbread person? If you are looking for some fun ideas for learning activities in December - this fun decorate a gingerbread person craft is perfect! Crafting with kids helps to develop fine motor skills. The act of grabbing a...