Here is a fun idea for you to keep your kids entertained while keeping the Easter Holiday in mind. In fact, instead of filling Easter Eggs with Candy, fill them with little games! Make an Easter Egg Bag filled with eggs that contain fun learning games.
Because my daughter is so active and inquisitive, outings out of the house can sometimes be a hassle. In fact, she is so busy that we typically take shifts eating while at restaurants because one of us has to entertain our daughter. That being said, I am constantly trying to come up with great ways […]
There is much talk about fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, and dexterity when it comes to development. However, I found that as a mother of a much younger child, most of the activities were not suitable for her. Even with hawk eyes, little tiny pieces are way too easy to get swallowed. Here’s a list […]
Flash cards, puzzle pieces, and books… all learning tools, but all very vulnerable to destruction and getting lost. While I am not a mom who sees flashcards as wonderful in the traditional sense, I think the are great tools for matching and other games and fun. However, my daughter LOVES to chew on them just […]
The groundbreaking studies of Piaget have shown the many aspects of cognitive and intellectual developmental markers. As a certified teacher, much of my collegiate education revolved around the psyche of the pre-adult mind. The work of Jean Piaget will forever be crucial in understanding the learning processes. The most important point Piaget makes, in my […]