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How Your Preschooler Can Benefit from Learning Boxes www.teachersofgoo...

How Your Preschooler Can Benefit from Learning Boxes

Preschoolers can benefit from playing with learning boxes. With a list of learning boxes ideas, your preschooler can learn many skills while playing.

Sandra Dodd's Thinking Sticks - how to start great conversations with your kids. Read more about these- could also be a great way to develop reading skills by having kids read the stick that they choose.

A 'Thunk' type idea. Have some topics to discuss ready on sticks. Or have 'how did you', 'what did you do', 'what skills did you use' style meta-cognition questions ready.

Children who are active and learn most easily through movement need to have some helps since it takes a lot of concentrated focus to get through the tasks usual

Teaching Strategies that Meet the Needs of Kinesthetic Learners

Teaching Strategies that Meet the Needs of Kinesthetic Learners - Publications

the cost of educating too early

preschooler resistant, non-academic preschool, damage of early instruction, self-directed early learning,

FAO Schwarz Big World Map - FAO Schwarz - FELT MAP with pieces to label continents, countries, animals habitats, etc.  About 4foot by 6 foot.

FAO Schwarz Big World Map - FAO Schwarz - FELT MAP with pieces to label continents, countries, animals habitats, etc.

Unicorns Are Real: A Right-Brained Approach to Learning. Provides sixty-five practical lessons to develop the right-brain tendencies of children. Includes an easy to administer checklist to determine hemisphere dominance. Engaging instructional activities that draw on the intuitive, non-verbal abilities of the right brain, a list of skills associated with each brain hemisphere and much more.

Unicorns Are Real: A Right-Brained Approach to Learning (Creative Parenting/Creative Teaching Series): Barbara Meister Vitale:

[dropcap]E[/dropcap]asy and fun to make, salt dough maps are a great visual aid for learning the geography of a country and a fun, hands-on tool for making history come alive.      We like to make our maps on pizza boxes. They're sturdy, easily

How to Make a Salt Dough Map

How to Make a Salt Dough Map - Weird Unsocialized HomeschoolersWeird Unsocialized Homeschoolers

How to observe, document, and journal your child’s learning — project-based homeschooling

"A parent’s project journal — advice for documenting children’s learning" by Lori Pickert, Project-Based Homeschooling PBH (same image, different post)

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