Learning Activities

Blocks and Graphs

Preschool age is a great time to introduce the idea of graphs. Graphs are such important visuals. They help us see the differences in groups. The idea of graphing with a preschooler may seem a little overwhelming but I have always found that even very young children enjoy this activity. Supplies: Colored Blocks Paper Ruler… Continue reading Blocks and Graphs

Learning Activities

DIY Cereal Abacus

Craft a Cereal Abacus Your child probably tires of the monotony of flash cards and workbooks quickly, but she’ll be fooled by this colorful, interactive counting box! Moving cereal pieces across wires with her fingers hardly seems like math practice, yet she will be perfecting her counting out loud. Addition and subtraction, pattern work, one-to-one… Continue reading DIY Cereal Abacus

Learning Activities · Sensory Play

Ping Pong Pool Play

I have done this activity MANY times in my sensory table but I just had a thought to transfer it to the pool this summer. The girls and I all loved how it turned out! Supplies Small balls ( I used pingpong balls from the dollar store but you could also do ball pit balls)… Continue reading Ping Pong Pool Play

Art Activities · Learning Activities · Small Manipulatives · Uncategorized

Rock Art (plus a bonus game)

  So as you all know my girls and I are obsessed with rocks. We are often at the river cooling off, playing pretend and obviously finding new rocks. The other day my girls came home with a bucket of rocks so I knew it was time to play. Rock Art Play! The very first… Continue reading Rock Art (plus a bonus game)