Your young one is a natural-born math adventurer, exploring fundamental concepts in playful ways. Here are 5 easy ideas to help sharpen your preschooler’s math skills for a solid foundation in primary school.
Chatty-do! Let’s have a triangle hunt! Tracking down and talking about triangles with your preschooler grows your child’s visual acuity and left-to-right eye tracking skills, which are key to …
Soft, squishy and ready for play in five minutes or less! Kneading play dough exercises science learning, small and large motor skills with tactile fun. Ages 2 years & up
Chatty-do! Get out in the world and go for the green! Look for great big green things, tiny little green things, and find some moving green things, too. Conversing about the colors that your preschooler finds sharpens their …
There are thousands of apps classified as education or learning based. Here are 5 tips to help you find the right apps and to sort the good from the bad.
Jumpstart your preschooler’s math skills with a bit of organizing! These 4 fun ideas explore classifying, an important idea that your child needs to master in primary school.
Shapes, sponges, color, repeat! Making these geometric prints expresses your growing preschooler’s small motor skills, creativity and hand-eye coordination. Ages 2 years and older.
Each day is full of chances for your preschooler to learn about and recognize shapes. Today we share simple, fun ideas for learning basic shapes as you go about your daily grind.