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August 9, 2012

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Kindergarten Learning

Kindergarten Learning

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August 4, 2012

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Science Learning Activities for Pre-K-Green House Balloon

Science Learning Activities for Pre-K-Green House Balloon

Children are naturally curious, and science experiments are a great way to learn about the world around them. In this science activity, you can help your child make a greenhouse balloon. Children will learn how greenhouses protect plants from harsh weather and hungry animals. For this activity, you will need the following materials: Book: Out […]

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August 3, 2012

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Ideas for Teaching Children Organization Skills

Ideas for Teaching Children Organization Skills

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August 2, 2012

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Life Skills Your Child Needs to Know

Life Skills Your Child Needs to Know

  In addition to academic skills, there is a plethora of life skills that your child needs to know, that can’t be taught from books. Life skills must be taught by example, through conversation, and by allowing your child to take an active part in performing some of the skills. Let them make mistakes because […]

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July 31, 2012

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Activities to Teach Compassion to Kindergarten Children

Activities to Teach Compassion to Kindergarten Children

Teaching compassion should be an ongoing process. Children are exposed to many things every day in which compassion should be the appropriate response. Sharing, friendship, love, respect, and charity are all traits associated with compassion. The Coin Jar This is an ongoing activity that will teach the children that one small act can grow into […]

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July 28, 2012

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Kids Learning Websites Learning How to Budget in Kindergarten

Kids Learning Websites Learning How to Budget in Kindergarten

kids learning websites Learning how to budget money can be a skill that is taught as early as kindergarten. Giving your child good building block for spending, and earning when they are young will help the be more responsible in the future as well as help them to build a slid foundations for financial frugality. […]

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July 28, 2012

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Teaching 2nd Graders How to Invest Money

Teaching 2nd Graders How to Invest Money

Before children can learn how to invest money, they need to learn how and why to save money. There are a variety of options available to teach and motivate children to save. A common method parents use to help children to hold onto savings is by giving them a stipend or allowance. Caregivers and parents […]

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July 28, 2012

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What My Child Should Know Prior to Pre-K

What My Child Should Know Prior to Pre-K

Beginning Pre-K is a big step for both you and your child. While it may be hard to let go of your baby and entrust his/her in the hands of another adult as a teacher, it’s essential for the foundation of early academic skills. There are a number of things your child should know before […]

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July 28, 2012

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Kids Learning Websites Tips for Improving Language Arts in Kindergarten

Kids Learning Websites Tips for Improving Language Arts in Kindergarten

kids learning websites Every day, your child should be learning more sight words. By the end of Kindergarten, your child should be able to read 50 sight words, and usually the words are assigned by clusters, building vocabulary throughout the year.  While reading aloud to your child, make it a challenge to find his/her sight […]

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July 27, 2012

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Kids Learning Websites Learning How to be Frugal in First Grade

Kids Learning Websites Learning How to be Frugal in First Grade

kids learning websites Begin by not just giving them an allowance – make them earn it ad give it to them at the end of the week. They would have certain tasks or chores to complete in order to receive their weekly allowance. This teaches them that working hard should be valued and rewarded, instead […]

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