Whether it's chilly outside or you just want to cool off on a hot day, penguin ice activities are irresistible for kids! We love ice races for the oral sensory stimulation they provide as well as the fine motor work required. Our children just love the slip sliding penguin antics!
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I was a teacher when we had our first daughter but I never imagined I'd leave the classroom to homeschool her. We're on our third year of homeschooling full time. Next year we'll begin homeschooling our son as well. We've all learned so much. My educational philosophy is full of smudge marks and editing notes.Mmy teaching is totally different at home than in was in public school.
Do you make magical reindeer food with your kids? It's one of our most cherished traditions but this year I was inspired to see if I could sneak a bit of fine motor work into the Christmas fun. We created a reindeer food writing tray!
Kids learn positional words or prepositions primarily through practice. Using fun materials provides a hands on experience while introducing and reviewing how two or more objects relate to each other in positions. The unique properties of KORXX cork building blocks make them a totally new way to play as we learn this new vocabulary!
Meaningful creations full of memories always make the very best gifts! We had the opportunity to turn our daughter's own drawing into jewelry that we will cherish forever. The process was simple, the quality of the artwork necklace is amazing, and we're all thrilled with the results! We can't wait to tell you more.