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3 Easy Steps to Setting Up a Homeschool During COVID-19

If you find yourself working from home and doing double duty as a homeschooler, you are not alone. Like most parents, you might wonder if homeschooling is beyond your capabilities. Your job is to unzip the calm in every storm. Here are three easy steps to achieve it. 1. More…

Preschool Math Activities

Why should we start teaching math in preschool? Good question! Starting math early is just as important as teaching your child their alphabet.  And it’s not just simply teaching them to count to 10 but teaching them math. I was amazed when my daughter was able to count to More…

Groundhog Day STEM activities

Punxsutawney Phil is a legendary groundhog in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. On February 2nd of each year, the borough of Punxsutawney celebrates Groundhog Day with an all-day festival. On this day, Phil pays the town a visit by popping out of his burrow. The legend says if Phil sees his shadow, More…

Children having fun with puzzles

Children having fun with puzzles Did you know that the first jigsaw puzzle was created as a geography tool for children around 1760? When puzzles were first created, they were made of wood. Later, they were manufactured using cardboard.  Some companies have even introduced them into the classrooms in More…

Preschool Thanksgiving Crafts

Thanksgiving is the time of the year when great gatherings are taking place. If you are organizing a family feast, it is nice to put some holiday decorations in your house and especially on the dinner table. Getting your kids involved in making the decorations would be a great More…

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6 Halloween Craft Ideas for kids

Kids love to do all kinds of artwork, which gives beneficial effects on their development. Cutting, painting, gluing … All this perfectly affects their fine motor skills, develops hand-eye coordination and creativity. Halloween is a great opportunity for creative fun during which children tame the primary fears associated with More…

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Time-Out for Technology? STEM

Time-Out for Technology?  It’s 2019, and while most preschoolers don’t even know how to tie their shoes, we can almost guarantee that they know how to use the latest and greatest electronic devices. And, we don’t need statistics to tell us we are over-attached to our technology. It’s everywhere! More…

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