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Monthly Archives: June 2014

9.  Story Time is designed to help children develop an appreciation and enjoyment of literature through music, while reading activities enhance children’s vocabulary and comprehension skills and also expands their knowledge base.  I have always enjoyed doing:    I’VE GOT A LOOSE TOOTH Instruction:  Go through the chant once.  Ask the children what words are Continue Reading

8.  Block Play Activities with Music allows children’s experiences to grow with many different concept ideas such as shape and size, discrimination, colors, space, number skills, balance, organization, and classification.  It also promotes cooperative play skills, problem solving and creativity.  It is a great way to introduce kids to hands on learning.   I love “I Continue Reading

7.  5 Senses   Young children learn through their 5 senses; therefore, providing hands-on experience allows children to touch, see, smell, taste, and hear become important to develop.  It takes an intricate interchange between brain and the five senses.  Although babies have been using their senses before birth, a new era begins entering the world.  The Continue Reading