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FUN SPRING ACTIVITIES

From plants and flowers to caterpillars and butterflies, here are some fun ideas to keep the kids engaged in play, nature, and learning.

In the video below, you’ll see how this Making Words: Flowers and Plants is a fun way for the kids to build early writing and concepts of print skills.

End of the School Year

The end of the school year comes in a blink of an eye.

To help the kids celebrate their accomplishments, here are some adorable graduation songs and rhymes.

THE POWER OF PLAY

At its core, play is often seen as the joyful pursuit of fun and games. However, the definition of play is far more intricate and profound.

It’s the canvas upon which children paint their understanding of the world, relationships, and themselves.

In this Power of Play series, I cover ways you can incorporate both structured and unstructured play to support the best learning environment for kids.

SEASONAL POEMS FOR KIDS

When children are exposed to poems and nursery rhymes, they are not merely reciting words—they are developing a myriad of essential skills.

The repetition and predictability in poems and rhymes contribute to the development of memory and language acquisition. This, then makes it easier for children to grasp new vocabulary.

Grab the Poem of the Day collection to get over 115 seasonal poems and rhymes for the kids.

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