Category Archives: Learning centers

Pregnant with Possibilities

Let’s look at three main ways that babies are thought to learn in the womb. ( See, I’m still convinced we can help our babies learn in utero). First, they learn by experiences. According to babycentre.com babies recognize familiar voices and music they heard in the womb, and are soothed by them after birth. They’re […]

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Beginning to Homeschooling

This is a very informative article regarding having grandparents homeschool their children. I believe it to be quite relatable to my book, The BS Years (Before School), Setting the Stage for School Success. I advocate grandparents working with their grandchildren because they not only have time, but life experience to share . Grandparents have a […]

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Learning Centers for 2 Year Olds

Learning centers for our 2 year olds are available during the first hour of our morning. As soon as the children arrive and say their good-byes to parents or caregivers, they are free to move where they want around the classroom. We create inviting, hands-on activities that allow for much exploration. As with our 3 […]

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15 Name Crafts and Activities for Kids

  My kids love learning about their names! We love to do a lot of movement and art activities related to exploring the letters in their names and building their names. Today I have put together a collection of 15 of my favorite name crafts and activities that we’ve been pinning over on my Name […]

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The Common Sense Corner

The Common Sense Corner will offer suggestions for you to try on various issues with your BS age child. I was a single parent and raised two children to be pretty decent adults. They would be the first to say I was  strict, however, I prefer fair, but firm. In the classroom my philosophy was […]

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Developmental Milestones

Developmental Milestones Ongoing in my blog will be sharing information with you about developmental milestones which will cover the following areas of growth:1. Cognitive 2. Social-Emotional 3. Speech 4. Fine Motor and 5. Gross Motor. What happens when will be broken down like this: 0-3 mo,3-6 mo, 6-9 mo.9-12 mo 1-2 yrs, 2-3 yrs, 3-4 […]

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