Creating a "quiet time" in place of a nap can help foster independent play and ensure you and your child are still setting aside time to rest in the day. Building a quiet time bin can help with this process.
This winter quest is a great way to get your child outside and practicing the /kw/ sound using their senses.
Organizing a name scavenger hunt is a fun way to teach your child their full name while practicing letter sounds.
Here's a quick high-level overview of Orton-Gillingham and the strategies that we have incorporated into our Active Reader alphabet cards.
Practice letter sounds in the bath by playing letter fishing!
Labelling and discussing emotions, better prepares children to regulate their strong feelings when the time comes. This is a skill that can be built through connection and with the support of an adult. Learn how to make and use Emotion Dolls to support this process!
This is a great art project that doubles as a sensory activity for children of all ages, from babies to young kids.
This fun and easy scavenger hunt can add some excitement to a day indoors while developing your child's vocabulary!