When doing crafts with preschoolers, the process is what matters. At least that’s what Rachelle Doorley, author of the Tinker Lab blog, discovered when she attempted to make traditional valentine cards with her little one. This article explains how her expectations shifted as they worked together on the project and may inspire you to do the same with your preschooler.
Rhyming is a necessary and fun pre-reading skill. You can use the game boards from this blog to practice rhyming skills with your preschooler.
This paper valentine heart will give your preschooler practice with fine motor skills and create a beautiful decoration to give away or hang on your refrigerator.
Spelling and vocabulary lists are necessary to build verbal skills but writing the words and definitions week after week can become tedious. The games in this article could freshen up the routine and add a little fun to your weekly schedule.
Having public speaking skills will benefit your student whether he continues his education in a university or out in the workplace. The skills listed in this blog post could help your student prepare for any public speaking opportunity.
Sight-reading is the ability to sing or play an unfamiliar piece of music. This tutorial will teach you a method of daily practice to help you conquer this skill.