Ways to Help Children Develop Their Fine Motor Skills

You can help your child to hone his fine motor skills.  In fact, information pills the more you vary daily activities, there 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, for… Read More

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, more about when possible, pharm to acclimate kids to the social and formal setting of a classroom.  As one retired kindergarten… Read More

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, decease so encourage this fun Activity. Rocket Color by Number printable By learning | Filed under Colors, Educational Printables, Numbers | Tags: children, color by number, coloring, colors, develop, educational, fine motor… Read More

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… Read More

D’Nealian Alphabet Tracing Worksheets for Uppercase Letters A to Z

d'nealian alphabet tracing letters

Print these free alphabet tracing worksheets for uppercase letters A to Z.  These practice sheets will help your preschoolers learn hand control and the correct formation of the letters of the alphabet.  These are the D’Nealian style letters.  Check with your child’s school to find out if they use D’Nealian or the standard block letters… Read More

Teachable Money Moments – The Preschool Years

The best way to teach kids financial literacy is in the context of their everyday lives. Here are several examples of how to capitalize (!) on everyday experiences: Money Moment 1: Young children love putting coins into vending machines. The next time your youngster asks for money for soda or bag of chips (and you… Read More

D’Nealian Alphabet Tracing Page to Print

This is a great printable worksheet for learning the letters of the Alphabet using the D’Nealian style letters.  Each pencil stroke is shown for this slanted letter style.  Be sure to check with your child’s school to find out which letter style they are using.  There is the standard block letter (Zaner-Bloser) and the slanted… Read More

Four Fun Activities to Reinforce Money Concepts with Preschoolers

Sending your child off to kindergarten means they’re growing up and becoming more independent.  It’s an exciting time and the beginning of a wonderful journey where they’ll be introduced to new concepts and experiences.  A great way to stay connected with what happens at school is to be on the lookout for ways to reinforce… Read More

Lowercase Alphabet Letter Tracing Worksheets

To help your preschool child practice printing the letters of the alphabet, this web here are worksheet pages for each lowercase letter of the Alphabet.  Just click on each letter to print the individual pdf. Letter a Letter b Letter c Letter d Letter e Letter f Letter g Letter h Letter i Letter j… Read More

PreK Programs Getting Cut Nationwide

Research shows that the first five years of a child’s life are very critical in regard to long-term learning and education.  And studies have indicated that children who do not have the advantage of being prepared properly before entering kindergarten have a disadvantaged learning curve compared to those who start school prepared.  Most countries realize… Read More