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"Funny Faces" Materials needed: old magazines, Construction paper faces, different parts of the face cut out from magazines or catalouges in different sizes & colors, glue.  Give each child a paper face and allow them to glue on the different parts of the face onto the paper faces.

"Funny Faces" Materials needed: old magazines, Construction paper faces, different parts of the face cut out from magazines or catalouges in different sizes & colors, glue. Give each child a paper face and allow them to glue on the different parts of the face onto the paper faces.

Playroom Inspiration:  DIY Busy Board This sensory busy board is part of a playroom made for an almost toddler that was put together on a budget. It looks beautiful and is a great lesson in re-purposing everyday items for play.

Playroom Inspiration: DIY Busy Board

Playroom Inspiration: DIY Busy Board This sensory busy board is part of a playroom made for an almost toddler that was put together on a budget. It looks beautiful and is a great lesson in re-purposing everyday items for play.

Do you want to know how to talk to your kids about books? Today I'm chatting with Adam Andrews from the Center for Lit about how we can best discuss books with our children.

Read Aloud Revival: How to Talk to Your Kids About Books

You read to your children, but do you have meaningful conversations about books together? Let Adam Andrews show you that teaching a child to think about and discuss books can be simple and enjoyable on this episode of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast.

Discover Raddish! Our thematic monthly cooking kits bring families together in the kitchen and at the table. The kitchen is the tastiest place to learn!

Our thematic monthly cooking kits bring families together in the kitchen and at the table. The kitchen is the tastiest place to learn!

Letter "A" Collage  Cut out a Letter "A" using any color construction paper. Cut out pictures of things that begins with "A". Have the children to glue (may have to assist the child depending on age and fine motor skills) the Letter "A" and the pictures to another sheet of colored construction paper. Let dry then hang on the wall. If time allows, you can have the children decorate the letter before gluing it to the construction paper.

Letter "A" Collage Cut out a Letter "A" using any color construction paper. Cut out pictures of things that begins with "A". Have the children to glue (may have to assist the child depending on age and fine motor skills) the Letter "A" and the pictures to another sheet of colored construction paper. Let dry then hang on the wall. If time allows, you can have the children decorate the letter before gluing it to the construction paper.

Scarecrow {Kid Craft} - What a fun way to celebrate fall! Wouldn't these be adorable on bulletin boards or as a classroom door decoration?!

Scarecrow {Kid Craft}

Make a popsicle stick bracelet--super cute.

More excited about warping popsicle sticks than the bracelets themselves. Popsicle stick bracelets: Soak in water for and place in cup to dry. Modge Podge your favorite paper to it.

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