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Archive for December, 2009

Another Tradition to Start Early with Your Kids!

December 28, 2009

The holidays are over, hope everyone had a wonderful time with their family and friends! Now is time to take a deep breathe and exhale slowly. Take it easy and enjoy your kids time out of school – maybe plan a game night for the family or just build a snowman. But it’s important...
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Kid Friendly Crafts

December 22, 2009

The kids are out of school and the excitement level around the house is rising!  Are you finished with your shopping yet? Eek! Looking for something to keep your kids happy and quiet at the same time?  Check out these websites for suggestions on crafts your kids can do – you never know, you...
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Playing with Words Through Rhyming

December 12, 2009
Playing with Words Through Rhyming

Rhyming prepares children for beginning reading by “playing” with the letter sounds. In order to rhyme, children need to be able to hear the different letter sounds in words and be able to change the beginning sound to make a new word. Poems, nursery rhymes, jump rope jingles… all help make rhyming fun when...
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Learning How to Make an Educated Guess or Estimate

December 9, 2009
Learning How to Make an Educated Guess or Estimate

Children develop the ability to make an educated guess with practice. Usually their guesses start off being way out of the ball park – going for the biggest number rather than the correct number. Making it a game will engage your child’s sense of play and wonder. Sparking their curiosity will give them an...
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The Gift of Giving

December 8, 2009

I’d like to say the economy is rosy and everything is dandy, but I would be lying.  So the holidays might not be as abundant for some of us as in the past, but there are still ways to make the holidays (no matter what faith) a little bit more about giving and less...
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