How to teach correct pencil grip - with the fun alligator trick! | Sight and Sound Reading

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Read Aloud Books on YouTube including: The Giving Tree, No David!, Lama Lama Red Pajama, Miss Nelson is Missing, If You Give a Mouse a Cookies, Olivia, Where the Wild Things Are, You Are Special, and many more!

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A huge round-up of the best reading apps for kids of all ages.

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FREE Printable – 24 Ways to Prepare Your Young Man to be a Gentleman

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teach a child to tie their shoes using a jump rope so they can see a larger view of what is happening. (what a DUH moment for me!)

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LOVE this.

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20 Awesome iPad Apps That Will Teach Your Kids to Read and write

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This is neat! Just use solid color spoons and clear spons, and have them match the upper and lower case letters! I bet it would work fine for numbers and dots, too.

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dog teaches puppy how to go down stairs. the cutest thing!

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uppercase and lowercase egg matching

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Pack & Play Remake- Simply cut out the mesh. Careful to not cut on supporting seams. Add sheets/blankets and you have a toddler bed! The sheet on top is simply held by the mobile that came with it. Extend the life of your Pack n Play and save money. Plus it can be used a a tent or embellish the sides for a cool fort! Graco should produce these!

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Liam needs!!! How to make that PVC fort that's all over Pinterest.

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Writing in salt (this site has Montessori & Montessori-inspired activities).

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Links for all Disney movies 1937-2008 to watch online! May be the single greatest pin of all time.

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Early Journal writing... "When we're just about to finish dinner, we'll grab the notebook (a simple dollar store one). We ask him about his day or about something on his mind or just something he wants to remember. He dictates and we write. Then, as we're cleaning up from dinner, he can skip off to illustrate the picture. "

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