I’m starting this month’s blog with a big Thank You. I was included for a Versatile Blogger Award by Shelle at Preschool Play Time. My own personal excitement at being recognized and included reminded me that our kids experience those same feelings. My suggestion for a learning and kindergarten readiness activity for today would be to let your little one know that you notice his/her efforts. Learning to cope and grow can sometimes be very challenging for kids and a Wow, Super can be encouraging and motivating for social/emotional development.
According to the rules for a Versatile Blogger Award I now get to send one to 15 other blogs and to tell you 7 things about myself! Here are some other sites (abc order) that I visit for inspiration and hope you will too. Thanks again to Versatile Blogger and to Shelle’s Preschool. Enjoy…
what we all need: A Little Learning For Two
creativity: Casa Maria’s Creative Learning Zone
with handy translator gadget: De tout et de rien
art ideas: Dilly-Dali Art
messy is okay: Getting Messy With Ms. Jessi
handy and footy: Fun Handprint and Footprint Art
fun and sun: My Sunny Side Up Life
fun and play: No Time For Flashcards
fun altogether: PreK + K Sharing
grown-up getting dressed time: Pick Out Artists
science fun: Sci Spark
grow some learning: The SEEDS Network
remember imagination: Spark Your Imagination
and outside time: Sun Hats and Wellie Boots
And 7 things about me include:
-I love teaching little ones (everyone else is taller than I am).
-My house has books in practically every room.
-I sometimes feel like I am in kindergarten when it comes to computers.
-I believe our imagination needs nourishment, too.
-I wish I could draw as well as some kids do.
-I am not always on time or even in the right place.
-My kids gave me “Duct Tape Forever” for Christmas, along with a book
of Knock, Knock and Cross the Road jokes for my quirky sense of humor.
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