Sometimes using new materials is all it takes to engage a child in a familiar activity! Patterning practice starts in preschool and builds throughout the early years as an important math concept.
It was one of those stunning fall days. Crisp, cool air, blue sky and stunning colour on the trees.
But again, it was just another busy Friday. Head down, I shuttled kids to school, ran an errand, back to the home office, shuffle, shuffle, shuffle.
Brooke Tucker-Reid, momstown Writer As the weather starts to cool down, it’s a sure sign fall is on its way. And with the wonderful season comes a whole slew of fun, fall activities for the kids. Picking apples was always right up there on my list of nostalgic fall activities. Here are a few ways…
There are lots of ways to learn from your pumpkins or even eat your pumpkin, and you may have thought about making your own roasted pumpkin seeds but just let the moment pass. Using the following go-to guide and very yummy spice tosses may change your mind this year while carving out that pumpkin – Enjoy!