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Winter Sorting Activities by healthymama Posted Mon 04 Feb 2013 3:03pm on by healthymama Cold winter days naturally lend themselves to quiet children’s activities, such as Montessori-inspired sorting. We work on sorting objects a few times a week in our homeschool preschool, trying to be in connection with the seasons. For winter, we chose cotton balls, ice and tiny foil ... Read on »
I’m sort of running behind this ... by Nona J. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 5:02pm I’m sort of running behind this week, and it’s only Monday! This week, I am going to get my questions lined up to interview Kristen at Green Style Mom and Shannon over at The Cole Mine . I’ve been putting this off a bit, because it’s going to take brainpower to sound smart and ask good questions. We’ll see if that turns out… I am also ... Read on »
Preschool Puffs and Plugs: Week ending Oct.3 by Susie Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 1:04am Homeschooling updates from a proud parent's point of view *Puff: praise extravagantly; to publicize with often exaggerated praise; *Plug: the favorable mention of something, **************************************************************************** I needed some sort of catchy phrase to start summing up our activities-especially sinc ... Read on »
My Simple Preschool: Math by Anne S. Posted Thu 18 Oct 2012 9:52pm 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!  I’m just gonna be honest and come right out with it: Math and I do not get along. We’ve kind of formed a truce over the past few years, but only as long as not too much of me is required in this rel ... Read on »
Egg Carton Color-Sorting by healthymama Posted Fri 24 Aug 2012 3:13pm on by healthymama This egg carton activity is great for little kids that are learning their colors: it helps their fine motor skills and, well, teaches them colors. My preschooler colored the bottoms of egg openings with different shades of markers and my toddlers were asked to match the pompoms ... Read on »
Sorting Water Beads by healthymama Posted Fri 28 Jun 2013 3:09pm on by healthymama Water bead play is a fun sensory activity for toddlers, preschoolers and older kids. If you want to play with water beads, you need to plan at least a few hours ahead to give the beads time to hydrate, as they soak in a tub of water to expand. We sorted water beads by color: I gave my ... Read on »
A Preschool Youngsters’s Fitness Business Helps Children Get in Form by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Jun 2010 12:54am < p>If you have continuously dreamed of operating with children as a lecturer or a motivator, then a children’s fitness business might be just the right opportunity for you. A children’s fitness business enables you to work with kids and give them with age-applicable fitness workouts to help combat childhood obesity and to help kids lea ... Read on »
My Simple Preschool – Phonics Part 2 by Anne S. Posted Wed 19 Sep 2012 10:39pm Last week, I discussed in detail my approach to teaching phonics throughout the preschool years (and into kindergarten), but I realized I left out  a few important details. So here are a few important details that I must mention. I cannot say this often enough: just like math facts, the phonics sounds must be drilled incessantly unt ... Read on »
14 Activities Helping Your Child To Tell Time by healthymama Posted Sat 01 Jun 2013 8:50am on by healthymama A lot of moms ask me how can they help they child tell time. How can the child recognize the seasons, the months, the days and the hours? This is not a hard science, but you do need a few tools to help you along the way. 1. Try  Homemade Daily Calendar  for basic understanding of time. ... Read on »
My Simple Preschool: Bible by Anne S. Posted Thu 01 Nov 2012 11:22pm 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!  We’ve covered Phonics, Handwriting, and Math in this series so far, but honestly? By far, the most important subject in our preschool homeschool is Bible. We begin each school session with prayer an ... Read on »