Category Archive: Preschooler

Preschooler PhD tips.

Fun with “Picture Cards”

Turn flash cards into a “Picture Card Game!” Make a pile on the floor and search around with your toddler or preschooler and find ones that you recognize. See how many she can identify and pay attention to which ones she chooses to pick up. Can she identify the pictures and/or tell you about them?

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Sensory Play – Using Sensory Bins and Tables

Sensory Play Week! Make your own sensory tables with different size/height plastic bins. What have you filled them with?

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Puzzle Time!

It’s PUZZLE time! Buy your puzzle rack when your baby is born and add puzzles as they grow! I’ll tell you what puzzles to introduce at what ages and what you can expect your infant, toddler and preschooler to do and learn from them.          

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From Reading to Retelling

Keeping reading and retelling stories with your infants, toddlers and preschoolers. After reading a book go one step further and retell with manipulatives. Try these for Jan Brett’s “The Mitten.” Great as masks or as felt board pieces.    

Books and Reading with Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers

There are different types of books and literacy materials that you can introduce as children grow from infants to toddlers to preschoolers.              

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Introducing Magnetic Letters

Magnetic letters are for all ages AND are cheap and easy to find.              

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