It’s time for another amazing guest blog and this week, we are joined by Teri from Petit Book Corner. Teri is a teacher with an immeasurable passion for reading! Over on her website and Instagram account, she shares quality children’s books and simple tips and strategies for making reading a memorable and enjoyable part of
One of the most simple things we can do to help prepare our children for school is to give them plenty of opportunities to develop their fine motor skills! A child who has poor fine motor skills or weak muscles in their fingers and hands will really struggle when it comes time to learn how
Whether you’ve been following along for a long time or a short time, you probably know that I’m a big fan of sensory play! Using a sensory base for our small world play adds another element of fun to our playtime. It allows our little learners to explore so many different skills while they play.
Whether you’ve been following along for a little while or a long while, you probably know that I am a HUGE fan of Dramatic Play! I absolutely love setting up inviting spaces for my little learners that encourage them to develop their literacy skills, numeracy skills and social skills all through play. This week I’d
Small world play is one of my favourite types of invitations to set up for my little learners. It provides such a wonderful foundation for developing so many amazing skills all through play. This week I’d like to share some of our favourite Christmas small world set ups from the last few years! We’ve put