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Alphabet Tracing Page- 26 Upper and Lowercase Letters

By at June 12, 2016 | 6:33 am | 0 Comment

Alphabet Tracing Page- 26 Upper and Lowercase Letters

Get your child ready for Kindergarten and school success by helping him/her be prepared. Alphabet Letters Tracing more...

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Ways to Help Children Develop Their Fine Motor Skills

By at September 27, 2014 | 6:43 pm | 0 Comment

Ways to Help Children Develop Their Fine Motor Skills

You can help your child to hone his fine motor skills.  In fact, the more you vary daily activities, the more developed these skills will become and the better he will be prepared for kindergarten. These may seem like very simple activities that all children learn to do sooner than later, but some children start kindergarten without knowing how to use scissors or having more...

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Help Preschoolers Learn to Write Their Name

By at September 12, 2013 | 10:05 pm | 0 Comment

Help Preschoolers Learn to Write Their Name

One of the skills children need to learn for Kindergarten is being able to write their own name.  It is a skill that gives kids a real sense of accomplishment when they know what their name looks like and that they can actually write it themselves. But it is important to know how the children should learn to write their name so that they don't have to relearn if more...

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Tips to Help Kindergarteners Practice Addition and Subtraction Skills

By at November 14, 2011 | 7:25 pm | 0 Comment

Tips to Help Kindergarteners Practice Addition and Subtraction Skills

The following tips are creative ways to seamlessly integrate addition and subtraction facts while playing board games that use dice.  (To see the video version of these tips, visit Kidnexions) Tip #1: Opposites attract. Did you know that the opposite sides of a rolling a die great for practicing the combinations that make ‘7’. The next time you play a board game more...

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Developing Motor Skills: A Kindergarten Teacher’s Tips

By at May 3, 2011 | 6:37 pm | 0 Comment

Developing Motor Skills: A Kindergarten Teacher’s Tips

One area of children’s development, which I believe to be so important, is the growth and development of fine and gross motor skills.  As a kindergarten teacher I see the great role that early development of the shoulders, arms, hands and fingers play in daily classroom life.  Kids often come into kindergarten struggling to write legibly and it affects their more...

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Practice Unhurried Reading For Preschoolers and Kindergartners

By at April 28, 2011 | 1:48 pm | 0 Comment

Practice Unhurried Reading For Preschoolers and Kindergartners

Are you feeling pressured by to-do lists that will help you raise the ideal child? Your head may be swirling from play date schedules, selecting the right educational program, starting that college savings fund, or developing a well-rounded child through a variety of after school sports. Oh, and donʼt forget about proper nutrition and rest for your growing more...

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Number Tracing Pre-K Worksheets

By at April 1, 2011 | 5:24 pm | 0 Comment

Number Tracing Pre-K Worksheets

Besides knowing how to identify numbers, preschool children need to learn how to write the basic numbers from 1 to 10.  These basic Number Tracing worksheets will help them practice. Just click on the link to print the individual pdf. Number Tracing worksheet 1-10 Number Tracing Worksheet 1-3 Number Tracing Worksheet 4-6 Number Tracing Worksheet more...

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10 Tips for Parents to Prepare Preschoolers for Kindergarten Success

By at March 1, 2011 | 7:13 pm | 0 Comment

10 Tips for Parents to Prepare Preschoolers for Kindergarten Success

10 Steps Parents Need to Take to Prepare Preschoolers for Kindergarten Success One consistent piece of advice Kindergarten teachers give to parents of preschoolers is the importance of introducing kids to a school setting, when possible, to acclimate kids to the social and formal setting of a classroom.  As one retired kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Miller noted, more...

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Color by Number for Color and Number Recognition

By at February 18, 2011 | 4:24 pm | 0 Comment

Color by Number for Color and Number Recognition

Kids can learn color and number recognition with this fun Rocket Color-by-Number printable page.  Coloring also helps children develop their fine motor skills, so encourage this fun Activity. Rocket Color by Number more...

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22 Fun-Filled Reading Games and Activities

By at February 16, 2011 | 11:20 pm | 0 Comment

22 Fun-Filled Reading Games and Activities

Learning to read is incredibly important, but not always easy. It is possible to help your child become a proficient reader without tears! Try some of these activities the next time you are reading with your child. By infusing a few fun elements, you can help your child develop a love of reading, promote crucial reading skills and practice reading comprehension. more...

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