Explore the flip-side with words and movement. Magnify flexible thinking and listening skills with a simple language game! Ages 3 years & up
When your preschooler calls a friend “poopy face,” what’s a parent to do? Today we’ve got 6 ways to handle your young child’s potty talk and other offensive language.
Most toddlers and 3-year-olds have not yet learned that honesty is the best policy. Here are 4 reasons why young children may choose to “lie” and 8 ways to help them grow their ability to tell the truth.
Early learners think in unique ways that are very different than adults. Today we share 4 key reasons why, so that you can understand and work with their special, growing thought patterns.
I move, you move! Get the whole family into the creative flow, while exercising your preschooler’s muscles and language skills too. Ages 2 years & up.
If your preschooler refuses to share it’s not unusual, it’s a natural stage of their development! Get 5 simple ways to work with and enjoy the unique traits of “two-ness.”
Animal crackers come to life under the spell of your child’s imagination. This snack gets your preschooler moving using their creativity and large motor skills. Ages 2 years and older.
As a former kindergarten teacher, I can tell you that children who have good self-control are usually most successful. Here are 9 simple and entertaining ways you can help your preschooler grow this essential skill.