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Fun & easy Ways to make this everyday chore a learning experience for both preschoolers and elementary school kids.
Barney Verses the Power Rangers
Both of these shows make parents cringe, but how do they change the behavior of children who watch them? A simple experiment in child psychology provides an answer, a cautionary warning about how children absorb what they watch on TV.
More Evidence That TV’s Don’t Teach Tots
Many parents own baby Einstein tapes, but evidence continues to mount that they don’t actually teach toddlers much of anything, despite their name. This article explores recent research into the topic, and outlines differences in the ways that toddlers and preschoolers learn.
Getting Your Baby to Wear Hats, Sunglasses, or Other PropsYou hit the malls and come home with all the latest gear, determined to have more fun accessorizing than you've had in years. You pick out the perfect look, and try it on your baby. Then the first thing they do is yank whatever it is off their head. What do you do? Read and find out.Child Safety is everyone’sresponsibility! Child Safety Resources:Child Safety Books & InformationChild Abduction PreventionFire SafetyWater SafetyChild Safety in the HomeChild Proofing Your HomeGun Safety for KidsChild Car Safety
WeatherThe only thig you an truly predict about the weather, is that it’s filled with all sorts of neat stuff that makes a great curriculum. Lightning, tornados, hurricanes, hailstorms, rain and snow, sunny days too, it’s all covered here.
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Coloring sheets/Mini coloring booksThese free printable coloring sheets and mini coloring books will help you jazz up your curriculum. We have several types to choose from: Standard Coloring Sheets, Educational, Emergent Literacy, and others to help with your lesson plan.
Weather & Storm Activities for KidsAn assortment of classroom learning activities pertaining to storms and weather curriculum.Language / Fine MotorWEATHER THEME SPELLING WORKSHEET
Good writing practice for younger kids and spelling practice for emergent readers.Ages: Pre-K to Second Grade
Language / CognitiveWEATHER MATCHING WORKSHEETA phonics activity for whole-word sounds.Ages: Pre-K to Kindergarten LanguageWEATHER MISSING LETTER WORKSHEETA phonics activity for beginning sounds.Ages: Preschool to KindergartenCore concepts and subjects you might explore during the weather curriculum theme:
- Thunderstorms, clouds, rain- Lightening & what creates natural electricity- Different climates around the world- Weather patterns- Tornadoes- Hurricanes- Wind- Drought, Floods, & Natural Disasters- Disaster Preparedness
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