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Splendid Holiday Craft Ideas For Preschoolers by Kerry Beck by Cascia T. Posted Sat 01 Nov 2008 10:44pm Christmas ornaments you've made yourself are some of the best loved ornaments to trim the Christmas tree. Every year that we put our ornaments with my kid's photos on the tree, I treasure those memories very much. It makes me remember the times when my kids were younger. Let me share a few simple Christmas photo ornaments you can ma ... Read on »
Preschool holiday party by Abbysworld Posted Sat 26 Dec 2009 12:00am This posting is a bit overdue. Abby had her holiday party ather last year of preschool and had a ball! She was a little overwhelmed at so many people being there but she had a great time and of course her bff Madison watched out for her at all timesAbby with her OT above making play doe..yikes Hey Mommy I'm making Play Doe! Abby with her ... Read on »
A's Preschool Holiday Show by Megan F. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:11am Our tired little Santa Baby. Merry Christmas! Pretty Tree. A waiting for her turn. Chaos!! Singing! Sitting with Ms. Niki. Read on »
Keeping Kids Busy During School Holidays by Lian Patient Expert Posted Wed 26 Nov 2008 10:16am I've been so busy working on the kid's Christmas Gifts shop, I didn't realize I haven't made a post here for this week. I just completed two Christmas shopping lists: Great Christmas Gifts Ideas for Kids and Romantic Christmas Gifts for Her. Do check them out coz' I know it'll save you time from browsing around for Christmas gifts. As for my k ... Read on »
#23 Sensory Holiday Crafting by Jessica K. Posted Sat 24 Nov 2012 10:09pm Sorry blogging challenge, but I just can't adjust my blog to your prompts today. I am once again going rogue with a post that will be useful to my regular readers. Now that Thanksgiving is over we are working on getting into the Christmas spirit. Today Tom and I did a craft project and then read some holiday books. Our suppli ... Read on »
Eco & Healthy Holiday Gift Guide 2009 by HealthyVoyager Posted Fri 04 Dec 2009 12:37am So here we are, Black Friday and Cyber Monday behind us and the holiday shopping season in full swing! We still have a few weeks before the presents are all unwrapped, Santa has made his way back home & we're prepping for the new decade.  So that means it's time to hit the stores, both online  as well as brick & mortar.  I've gathered my top health ... Read on »
My Simple Preschool: A Touch of “Unschooling” by Anne S. Posted Thu 08 Nov 2012 10:05pm Join me every week as I show you how me and my 4-year-old Certain Little Someone do . No curriculum, no pressure, but lots of learning!  Having come from a very traditional schooling background with an emphasis on classical education and a splash of Montessori thrown in, “unschooling” really isn’t on my radar as an educational altern ... Read on »
Can Your Child, With Sensory Issues, Learn to Tolerate Holiday Gatherings and Parties? by Leslie M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 18 Dec 2009 2:26am 2 Comments I love this article! I think it points out nicely that we, as parents, need to respect and sympathize with our sensory-sensitive children. The fact is, that regardless of how hard it is on us, it's a million times harder on them. It's our responsibility to protect them, respect them, and help them help themselves. It's our responsibility to teach ... Read on »
Preschool Options by Drew's Dad . Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:25pm We have completed tours of each of our preschool options, and would like to share a brief description of each. Please feel free to leave a comment on your observations. We certainly have formed our opinions, and have made a selection, but I am curious what you think of each of these programs. Preschool A: Five day a week, 9 am - 1 pm mains ... Read on »
Ben Stein Confesses AND Happy Holidays by Sondra .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:16pm I grew up in a Mexican-American Catholic family and attended church every Sunday as well as private, Catholic schools from Kindergarten through High School . And yet, as an adult, I don't attend church, I no longer pray and as a parent, I am not raising my son as my own parents - or my son's father - would like me to be doing as far as religi ... Read on »