Easter was last Sunday and in addition to candy wrappers & dyed fingertips, you're left with a dozen empty plastic eggs from the neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt. You don't want to throw them away, but they can't be recycled. You still have empty plastic eggs from the egg hunt last year, and the year before that, and the year before that. On one hand, you could contact the coordinator of an egg hunt and let them know you have tons of eggs to donate next year. On the other hand, your kids could continue to have fun with the eggs and learn at the same time! Here are some eggciting ways to teach reading, math & science to your kids using plastic eggs. Who knew eggucation could be so fun!
At one time or another, most of us have (or will eventually) hear the words, "I'm bored." With all the warnings to limit screen time (TVs, computers/tablets, & smart phones) and when the weather is too cold/wet to go outside, wouldn't it be nice to suggest something to your kids at times like these and not hear whining that starts with, "But..."
Usborne Books & More has a wide selection of sticker books and activity books that are not only boredom busters, they help in your child's development and learning. Click here to read more.
We have all said at one time or another, "I don't have time." Whether it be to playing a game with your children, or going on a date with your significant other, or doing a house-project that's been on hold for years. Even with smart phones, social media, and all the conveniences we now enjoy, we simply can't be in two places at once. I can't solve everyone's time-constraints, but I can offer a solution for those looking to spend quality time with their child, aid in the education of their child, boost their child's self-confidence, encourage their child's imagination, build their child's vocabulary and have fun, all at the same time. Talk about multi-tasking! Click here to learn how reading creates time!