SALE Girls Routine Printable Boys routine by OliHarriCreations Numerous options of reward charts, behaviour charts and routine charts for all ages and budgets, love this version of the chart, print it and stick it on the kids door
Play ideas to teach emotions or help children expressing their emotions. For Examples: make a deck of cards with two cards of each emotion. Play go fish. When a pair is found, describe a time when you've felt that emotion.
Feeling faces are great for little ones that have a hard time finding the right word to describe their emotions. It works great with a feeling journal to help them learn what the feeling is and what the facial features might be in each situation.
Color and make your own fidget spinner! This DIY fidget spinner is great for keeping kids busy and happy! The kids love it because they get to decorate their own fidget spinner. The adults love it because It's easy and comes together quickly. Get the ful
How to teach kids to memorize their phone number and address. Quick and easy learning activity for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school.-- Not sure what number to teach C, since we don't have a house phone
It’s definitely time to break out the tank tops, flip flops, and fun doormats. If you’re looking for a quick craft, this project is perfect for you. I was determined to dress up my door after… Continue Reading →