Get Ready for K through PLAY
A group of bloggers and educators sharing ideas and fun ways to get your child ready for Kindergarten. We are focusing on play, hands-on fun and engaging activities that will develop language, self-help skills, foster independence, encourage reading/writing/math, thinking skills and socialization.
celebrating children's names - craft, puzzles & more to help children learn to spell and recognize their names
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How to Handle Separation Anxiety in the Preschool and Kindergarten Classroom on the First Day of School
Harness the power of the sun and upcycle your broken crayons in this simple DIY solar oven this summer!
Playful ways to help your child get ready for kindergarten by developing fine motor skills!
First Day of School Books...kick off the school year with a new book that helps your child feel confident about going to school!
Let kids lead the way with creative projects
Preparing for school- letters in the air helping children review letter knowledge through a fun active game as part of the Getting Ready for K through play series
Bubbling Addition - This Kindergarten Math Game will help kids learn and review addition facts in a fun hands on way.
Help your toddlers prepare for preschool and help you out playing this fun game encouraging kids to get dressed independently
name recognition & spelling - tactile name tags craft