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Names! Seek and Find

Children act like detectives to find the letters in their names and practice putting the letters together in the correct order using colorful pop beads and letter stickers. 

Grade, Age Range or Specialized Learner: Multi-age, Preschool/Pre-K, 3-5 year old

Getting Ready for Kindergarten: Print Concepts

Before learning to read, young children need to understand how books work and what they are for. These pre-reading skills are known as concepts of print. The best way to help your child to develop print concepts is to share all different kinds of books together.

School Bus Pretend Play and Activities

Young children learn by imagining and doing. Imaginative play is an important component to the normal development of a child. The process of pretending builds skills in many essential developmental areas. When children engage in pretend (or dramatic) play, they learn through cooperative play to take turns and to problem solve in creative ways.

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