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Archive for October, 2008

Trace the Numbers 1-10

October 18, 2008
Trace the Numbers 1-10

To help your child build up his muscles; encourage him to climb, swing, dance and move. The muscle coordination starts with the large motor skills through the shoulders and extends to the fine motor skills in the hand. He must have large motor skills before he can master fine motor skills. Developing your child’s fine motors...
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Sorting By Colors

October 18, 2008
Sorting By Colors

Children enjoy naming things that are familiar to them. Being able to correctly name the colors in their world gives them a great deal of confidence. Matching Colors Materials: crayons in the basic colors (using crayons help build fine motor skills, the muscles in the fingers) paint brushes large sheets of paper tempera paint...
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Location, Location, Location

October 18, 2008
Location, Location, Location

Children learn so many things from their parents. Language is one of the first things children learn from watching and listening to their parents. The terms highlighted in this lesson you can use while talking and playing with your child. Location, Location, Location Lesson Materials: Apples or Decorated Apple Selection of toys – optional You can...
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Dinosaur Dioramas

October 16, 2008
Dinosaur Dioramas

       Making a diorama puts your child in the center of the activity and responsible for the direction their learning is taking. There are many ways to do a diorama, let your child determine how they would like it to look. It is also a great tool to see how much they have learned...
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What is in a name?

October 16, 2008
What is in a name?

Starting with your child’s name, he will begin the long process of learning to correctly form letters. Prerequisite Scribbling is important for your child to experience. It shows an interest in communicating information to others and he is ready for the next step to learn how to write actual words. Goal The goal is...
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Monkey in the Middle

October 16, 2008
Monkey in the Middle

Children learn by playing, so using familiar objects we are going to play a game to help your child learn the terms first, last, middle and between. Prerequisite – Children need to learn that everything has a beginning and an end, like stories and movies. It will also help them learn the terms first, last, middle and between....
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Pumpkin Patch Pals

October 16, 2008

Similar to the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus, the Pumpkin Patch Pals are seasonal visitors that are fun to share with your child. Children love writing letters to the Pumpkin Patch Pals because somehow they write back. Giving children an authentic reason to use the letters sounds that they know to...
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Halloween Songs

October 16, 2008

Singing silly songs with your child will encourage her to remember and share them with others. Prerequisite and Goal For This Lesson Prerequisite: Most young children can master finger plays with repetition. Goal: The goal of this activity is for your child to be able to recite a poem. Halloween Songs Materials: copy of finger plays...
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What Will Happen Next?

October 16, 2008

Children love story time. They sit in rapped attention, especially if they enjoy the story or the telling of it adds to their imagination. Prerequisite and Goal For This Lesson Prerequisite: Your child will need to be able to listen to a story. Goal: While listening to a story, your child will be able to gather...
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Big, Bigger or Biggest Pumpkin

October 16, 2008

In this lesson we have set up an informal game for you to be able to assess these three skills: Your child’s ability to see the similarities and differences in objects Your child’s ability to categorize the pumpkins and gourds into like groups Your child will determine the smallest, largest, tallest, shortest and biggest...
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