"Scribbles may not make any sense to an adult. They look like a lot of lines, loops, and squiggles. But these marks are very important to a young child. They are a child's way of writing her thoughts. Drawing and scribbling are the first steps in using the skills children will need later for writing." - Mincemoyer, 2013 — Alphabet Academy South Twos http://thealphabetacademy.com #reggio-inspired #scribbles #importance #mincemoyer #twos
Find out the benefits of yoga for toddlers. Toddler yoga classes are now commonly offered at yoga studios, as part of daycare and learning centers and at play spaces. Yoga classes catering to the toddler set do not require extensive attention spans or the intense focus of adult yoga.
I’m sure you know or have heard that young children thrive on routine. A consistent daycare routine will help your day flow smoothly and make your daycare children feel safe and secure. Young children have very little control over their lives. Most children don’t get a choice of where, when or how they spend their…Continue Reading...
Slow falling hearts sensory bottle is the perfect Valentine's Day calm down jar. Discovery bottles like this are commonly used for no mess sensory play, to help calm an overwhelmed child, as a “time out” timer, or as a meditation technique for children. They are just as effective for adults.
Why Do Leaves Change Color? Find out with this simple, fun, and informative Science Experiment for kids in preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade and older too. Perfect fall activities for kids. (homeschool, science) AWESOME EXPERIMENT! MUST TRY!!!