More Free Printable Birthday Cards for Kids

Posted by Ellen on 3/24/2017 to Holiday Printables
More free birthday printable cards

Free Printable Birthday Cards for Kids

Posted by Ellen on 3/23/2017 to Holiday Printables
Free Birthday Cards for Kids

Free Spring Printables for Kids

Posted by Ellen on 3/22/2017 to Holiday Printables
Free Spring printable worksheets for Kids with traceable lettering.

Realistic Chore Charts for Kids

Posted by Ellen on 1/28/2017
Realistic charts you can make in about 30 seconds

Superhero Sale at Target

Posted by Ellen on 1/27/2017
Super cute superhero for girls sale at Target

Giant Kids Outlines

Posted by Ellen on 1/26/2017
Rainy/Wintry/Crummy Day Activity that involves tracing your kids on a roll of paper and then letting them color themselves.

Magical Math (with Crumpled Up Paper)

Posted by Ellen on 11/25/2014
Math can be fun, easy and cheap!

Number Sense with a Deck of Cards

Posted by Ellen on 11/20/2014
Use a deck of cards to improve your child's number sense.

Identical Snowflakes? Possible but not Probable!

Posted by Ellen on 11/19/2014
Can snowflakes be identical?

Is Finger Counting OK?

Posted by Ellen on 11/16/2014
Is it OK for my child to use finger counting?

Homemade Number Cards

Posted by Ellen on 11/15/2014
Nevermind fancy store-bought card, make your own number and letter cards to fit your child's needs perfectly!

Math? Hop to It!

Posted by Ellen on 11/13/2014
Use sidewalk chalk to make math and reading a fun and "hopping" good time!

Sing (and Type) the ABCs

Posted by Ellen on 11/5/2014
Use a computer keyboard to help your child learn alphabetizing.

Offering Choices to Kids: Is it Smart or Not Unwise?

Posted by Ellen on 11/3/2014
Offering kids choices makes them feel empowered and makes your life a lot easier.

Counting Kisses: Introducing Numbers and Counting to Kids

Posted by Ellen on 10/31/2014
Counting kisses is a fun way to introduce numbers to kids, in a very loving way!

The ABCs of Making Alphabetizing Fun!

Posted by Ellen on 11/2/2014
Alphabetizing can become a fun activity if presented in the right light.

Rainy Day Means Inside Play!

Posted by Ellen on 11/1/2014
Rainy days can be a great time to play and learn with your kids inside...

Two Gorillas: One Gigantic and the Other "Teensy Tiny"

Posted by Ellen on 11/1/2014
Kids don't need us to "dumb down" our language.  With proper explanation, they're very capable of understanding and subsequently, using sophisticated words.

Beneficial Buddy Reading

Posted by Ellen on 10/31/2014
Asking kids to read to one another (or a pet or stuffed animal) can change their attitude toward reading drastically.

When it Comes to Questions for Kids, Open Up!

Posted by Ellen on 10/31/2014
When it comes to talking to kids...open up!

Silly Putty Turned Serious Learning!

Posted by Ellen on 10/31/2014
It's raining here and we're stuck inside.  No problem -- time for some indoor fun (and learning) with Silly Putty!

The Currency of Kisses: Introducing the Concept of Change to Young Children

Posted by Ellen on 10/31/2014
As I was tucking in my 4- and 2-year olds in for naps, I asked if I could give them 4 and 2 kisses, respectively.  As I was counting kisses (see "Pucker Up, We're Counting Kisses http://letterlearning.blogspot.com/2012/02/pucker-up-were-counting-kisses.html), I purposely gave too many.  See how I turned this into a math lesson...
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