As researchers are always looking at postpartum depression and risk factors in an effort to better understand and treat new mothers, new information suggests that for the partners of military service members, postpartum depression may be more prevalent. The international study was published in the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps and suggest that […]
2018 was a good year for pregnancy books! If you’re interested in pregnancy (or find yourself pregnant… squee!) AND love to read, you’re going to love this to-do book list. The best pregnancy books of 2018 are a solid pick that will encourage you towards a healthy pregnancy, natural childbirth, and happy postpartum. The Best Pregnancy […]
Scaffolds are temporary supports. They work to stabilize a structure as it is built when it is strong enough to stand on its own. In the world of early childhood development, a scaffold can be a person; an adult or peer modeling or instructing, materials or tool that helps a child with a task, or even […]
Make a snowman sensory bottle for a winter theme in your preschool or pre-k classroom. Bring the outdoors in with this fun sensory bottle kids will love! The post Snowman Sensory Bottle appeared first on Pre-K Pages.
Learn how to make hand puppets for kids in this easy make & play project by Danielle Falk of Little Ginger Studio. Have you ever wanted to make hand puppets for kids? Well here is a fool-proof no-sew puppet-making project that can be enjoyed by kids of all ages (and their grown-ups). Kids LOVE playing […]
Learning to be kind is an important life skill. The world is made up of so many different of people and a variety of opinions. We won’t always agree, but we can always try to communicate and act kindly. This month we want to challenge you to work with your toddlers and older kids and […]
Inside: Here’s a fun toddler triangle shapes activity that is perfect for with playdough. The pressing motion is a great way to strengthen those hands and fingers, getting them ready for using writing tools. And it’s super easy to set up! I am often asked how I teach shapes to our toddlers. Truly, it’s all… […]
With 11 brand new pig crafts to choose from, we are sure you will be able to find something to do with the kids for Year of the Pig!
Younger children will enjoy these new size sorting activities, all with a winter theme. Sort snowflakes, snowmen, snowy winter trees and more!
With Martin Luther King Day and Black History Month (in the US) coming up soon, we thought that it would be a good time to learn a little about Rosa Parks – a brave lady who made a big change by taking a stan
Paper dolls are a timeless toy. They have been around for centuries, but were popularised in the early 1800s. I don’t think there would be many of us who wouldn’t remember playing with them as children.
My husband and I went on our first venture together…flipping a 1950’s house. And not only did we have to makeover the entire inside but the whole house was actually moved from another location! Talk about a huge project for newbies. I mean, I should say that about myself because my husband is a pretty […]
We’ve topped up our Year of the Pig printables collection today with some new posters – photographic and illustrated, gorgeous pig writing paper and some fu
We’ve just added 3 new mazes, a match up puzzle for little ones and a fun pig word search to our Year of the Pig puzzle collection.
This new collection of worksheets – spanning a range of ages and skills – are all based on pigs, so perfect for Year of the Pig coming up…
… for Year of the Pig! In fact we’ve got piggies galore for you to choose from…
Here’s a good boredum buster….make a baking soda fizzing rainbow experiment with the kiddos! They will be amazing to watch them overflow with colors! Materials- 2oz paper sauce cups Baking soda Vinegar Food coloring Directions- 1. Line a baking pan with parchment paper. 2. Full each paper cup up 3/4 way with baking soda. 3. […]
A sweet brown sugar glaze takes this easy asparagus recipe to the next level. Cook it up on the stove-top in under ten minutes for a veggie side your kids will love! Asparagus can be a tad intimidating to kids. It’s green. And spiny-looking. And it’s got a lot of syllables. But this nutritious asparagus […]
Make a super fun building blocks name game for preschoolers to help learn their names! So easy to create as a resource for home or the classroom and plenty of fine motor, gross motor and thinking skills involved as they learn through play. Do you have a preschooler who is just starting to learn their… […]
When it comes to starting solids, many moms like to begin with baby cereals, and for good reason — their smooth texture and bland taste make them great first foods. But store bought baby cereal, while convenient, isn’t exactly cheap. Standard infant cereals cost around $.40 cents per ounce, and if you want organic, be […]