Who doesn’t love watermelon?
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Remember the stories from your parents when you were little? … “When I was your age we had to walk 8 miles to school, each way!” “Our entertainment was the local swimming hole and the big grassy hill out back.” “Every meal was made from scratch!”
Most families simply led a more active, less processed lifestyle than they do today.
This new photographic lesson will start the conversation and help children begin to understand and learn to classify what is Natural and what is Artificial.
This printable file includes the following:
With Easter just around the corner there are many of you who are making Easter crafts and preparing special Easter baskets for your children. We’ve got a cute little freebie (that isn’t chocolate or candy), that will delight your child!
Prepare it ahead of time and add it to their Easter basket. It will offer them something sugar-free and quiet to focus on if they become overwhelmed with additional guests visiting over Easter. You can download it directly below – click the link below. This item is only available as a freebie here on our blog for 48 hours – don’t miss out! (Update 04-22-2011: I’m sorry you’ve missed the Freebie. Be sure to sign up for our blog to receive the next one.)
to a DIY Moveable AlphabetWe’ve added the Scope and Sequence for the following areas: