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Washi Tape Popsicle Wreath (by: Ms. Debbie)

Washi Tape Popsicle Wreath! Materials you could use (If you do not have something listed, use your imagination.): Craft paper Ribbons Tape Scissors Washi tape or strips of paper Popsicle sticks Directions: Have fun with this craft! The popsicles can [...]

August 26th, 2020|

Turtle Craft By Miss Debbie

Materials you could use: Craft paper Double sided craft paper Tape runners, sticky dots, tape, glue, and pop up tape Scissors Craft punches Circle shapes Craft embellishments (buttons, pearls, brads etc.) Directions: To [...]

August 1st, 2020|

Beginner Reader Books (by: Ms. Debbie)

If you are looking for books for beginning readers, we have many different ones to choose from. We have books for rhyming, first sounds and sight words. Sand Castle Rhyme Time books by Anders Hanson (JER Hanson) [...]

July 23rd, 2020|

Read this Book! (by: Miss Rachel)

Ban This Book by Alan Gratz is one of the greatest stories I have ever read. The main characters are unique, well rounded, and realistic. A number of children’s books suffer from 1-dimensional and stereotypical characters. Not the case here. [...]

July 14th, 2020|

Parent Blog-Music and Babies! (by Ms. Debbie)

Babies love music!  Music can be used to calm babies, make connections with babies, and get babies excited.   Different types of music can inspire different reactions from babies. When my children were little, I used music to calm them [...]

June 15th, 2020|

Drawn Together by Ms. Rachel

It was an ordinary day in after school day care. I was supervising the main room, talking with a few kids, and doodling. Because we were at the art table, I was surrounded by a group of mostly calm and [...]

May 13th, 2020|

Children’s Blog-Clipboards! By: Ms. Debbie

Clipboards are perfect for working on activities in the car, outside, in a treehouse, or in your bedroom.  They are sturdy enough for coloring, writing, word searches, word puzzles, or drawing on.  They can also be [...]

May 2nd, 2020|

The Imagination Station

Hi Miss Rachel here! You probably remember playing school or house with your friends. These are all examples of creative or imaginative play. Maybe you pretended to work on a farm, acted like a firefighter, or were a play nurse/doctor. [...]

April 14th, 2020|

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