Do you have a young child who is learning their ABCs and 123s, and do you want to make their learning fun? Our ABCs and 123s resource of mulitsensory, play-based letter and math activities is just what you need.
Hanging out with toddlers and preschools is a delight. They’re at such a wonderful age, as they’re discovering the world and developing their language. Conversations at this age are so fun, and playtimes are full of wonder and imagination.
But…. toddlers and preschoolers are also busy, full speed ahead, into everything, all the action, all the talking, all the time. Sometimes they and, dare I say it, we parents need a little quiet time. Time to rest, time to recharge, time to have a little space, and independence.
This is where quiet bins come to the rescue.
Here’s how to grow crystals using alum – sparkly science for kids using simple household materials.
Beautiful mandala crafts for children, using simple mandala designs and a wide variety of materials. Mandala arts combines art, math and natural materials and links to many festivals around the world.
Here are some ideas for hands-on math play: an exploring shapes activity using play dough.
Combining scissor skills with sensory play, let’s go pick some flowers!
This free pizza fractions printable play set is great for making math fun. You can use the printables for a role play pizza parlour and let your children weave math naturally into their games as they play. Such a fun way to introduce fractions.
Join NurtureStore’s Family Art Club – and online art class for children and parents (teachers are welcome too!) In May we are learning about abstract art and minimalism, and creating art inspired by Ellsworth Kelly. To join the class – it’s free! – just pop your email address in the box below for instant access.