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Caution: uncheck this box if you are on a public computer e. Hotel, Coffee Shop. But you pick the toys, so you shape the play. Provide them with stimulating, age-appropriate, developmental toys. You might want to peek through online catalogs such as Timberdoodle or Discovery Toys for a few ideas.
The tapes or CDs you play can be educational and inspirational. Your everyday activities can be helpful for their brain and skills development.
For example, working puzzles is a pre-reading skill, while helping Mom set the table is a math skill one-to-one correspondence. Pick a holiday or two to celebrate each month as a special treat and as a springboard for family learning. She is absorbing more than you think she is!
Also, try reading at a time that she tends to be quieter naturally, such as a morning wake-up cuddle time in your bed or a bedtime snuggle in hers.
Or maybe your afternoon quiet time could always begin or end with a short picture book read-aloud. And her mommy book, Parenting from the Heart , has plenty of gentle encouragement from a mom of many. If nobody told you that they had to go to school at age 5, what would you be doing with them?
What are you doing with them now? Let the children cook with you—they are measuring and pouring math and science. Let them divide the cookies or the pizza fractions and mathematical thinking. Be sure to read to and talk with them a lot; when they will occasionally let you get in a few pages of a picture book, ask them what they think will happen next.
When Grandma sends a present, write a thank-you note and let each child scribble at the bottom of it then translate for Grandma! Then try the pencil again in a few weeks. Then by maybe age 6 or 7, he will likely be able to write the Dear Grandma part, the thank you, and sign his name, and you just fill in the rest. Your goal is to get him to learn to express himself, to communicate—not to make it difficult or a test. Of course, you want to keep an eye out for signs that he may need further help.
By the way, James Dobson once said that to many school teachers, the ideal little boy is … a little girl! However, boys are different than girls—God wired them that way. Expect the little boys to be pretty active and less interested in some language stuff, at least to begin with. If you think you may have a right-brained child or one who seems to learn a bit differently than you are comfortable with, Dianne Craft has some simple activities to stimulate healthy brain function.
If you aren't confident that you know what is appropriate, Slow and Steady, Get Me Ready by June Oberlander contains developmental activities for children from birth to age 5. What Your Child Needs to Know When , by Robin Sampson, includes a basic checklist for kindergarten through grade 8 so you know what might be customary for a school-age child to learn; this can help you avoid unrealistic expectations in the earlier, preschool years.
Your local support group or MOPS group may have some field trips and activities geared specifically to the attention span and interest level of 2-toyear-olds.
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Looking for quick, engaging activities to prepare your child for kindergarten? Slow and Steady Get Me Ready For Kindergarten abounds with hands-on developmental activities that parents can do with their children between the ages of 0 and 5 years old to get them prepared for kindergarten. June R. Oberlander, a year veteran kindergarten teacher in Fairfax County, Virginia, first published this book in Now her granddaughter, Hannah Oberlander, a current teacher in Loudoun County, Virginia, has updated and enhanced these classic activities for today's parents of the next generation.
AUTHOR. Oberlander, June R. TITLE. Slow and Steady, Get Me Ready. A Parents' Handbook for Children from Birth to Age 5. REPORT NO. ISBN
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Slow and Steady, Get Me Ready. A Parents' Handbook for Children from Birth to Age 5. Oberlander, June R. This handbook, which was written by a retired.
The activity below is called Finish It. I read the beginning of each sentence and almost four-year-old finished it. That was terrific!! His activity, at almost two years old, was Find and Touch. We found his head, eye, nose, ear, mouth, arm, hand, leg, foot and stomach tummy. Since I first recorded these activities, the youngest two are now five and three years old.
Research on brain development has shown that any attempt to maximize intellectual growth must begin the first three years of life; the younger the child, the stronger the effect. Beginning education at age five is too late! SLOW AND STEADY GET ME READY is a highly recommended early childhood developmental parenting resource that tells you when, how and what skills to develop, provides an inexpensive phonetic approach for reading and spelling, contains a complete readiness curriculum full of ideas, enriches the parent child bond with close interaction and develops preschool skills, painlessly and in proper order. It only takes only about ten minutes for each activity. This wonderful, helpful book now provides an easy, cost-saving method to measure the progress of a child to determine when the child should be ready for kindergarten. A simple checklist guide of developmental characteristics has proven to be a useful tool for parents and childcare providers to monitor progress by observation for children from birth to age five.
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