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Here's my lastest post. Teach Phonograms to Early Readers
And here's a Facebook Page I started for my Parent and Child Reading Assistance business. If you visit, you'll see a picture of my first booth at a show called Weekend for Families last weekend. It was so fun to present my business and meet people who are helping children learn to read!
I followed your FB page Michelle! Congratulations and best wishes on your new business.
A useful post for parents, Michelle :)
Here's a link to a science game I posted where kids practice using a mirror to reflect light to a target. Ultimately kids learn that light travels in a straight line.
This is a great idea, Andrea! What a fun way to learn a little science. My girls will love playing in the dark. They might take a while to understand how to make the light bounce off the mirror but what a fun way to teach that concept.
i really liked this activity Andrea :)
Hi Everyone -
My latest post is on Why We Love the Nat'l Parks Jr. Ranger programs. Not only encouraging families to get outside, but also a wonderful way to get kids to learn about nature, science and history. Most of the activities are free (some have a small fee), come with a great booklet, allow kids to earn patches - And you don't even need to visit a park to start earning rewards as a Jr. Ranger. Such a wonderful program!
We love hiking! thanks for telling us about the Jr. Ranger program!
You're so lucky to live near this. Sounds so cool!
Hi, Jacquie, I commented on your blog but I didn't reply here. So, I love what you wrote. "They" say our children are nature-deprived and programs like this really help children to get outside, get exercise, learn, and find the out of doors exciting. Thanks for much for your blog and posts! Carolyn