“I am looking for different and interesting ways to teach him how to count, learn the alphabet and eventually start reading.”
“My daughter is 3 and I wanted to start writing with her, also need help with recognizing her numbers and letters….”
IT'S TIME TO LOVE LEARNING!
You’ve decided that it’s time to doing some learning activities with your preschooler.
Because she’s ready and excited!
You begin your quest to find fun ways to learn the alphabet and numbers (and who knows what else they need to learn) on Pinterest…
only to find a ton of worksheets for learning.
Worksheets? They can do worksheets at school.
You want her to enjoy learning and really get involved, so it really makes sense.
The activities that you find that aren’t worksheets are so over the top to do, with supplies that you have to go to the store and find…
and then take an hour to set the activity up…
hat you get overwhelmed.
There has to be easier way to make it fun to learn!
What if I told you I have a resource of ways for your preschooler to learn what they need to, without worksheets?
LEARN: Hands On Learning Plans for Your Preschooler
Now is the time to involve your preschooler in their learning. Giving them the love of learning early on in life will set them up for success.
These are 35 hands on learning activities that you will actually do with your preschooler that make it fun to learn.
You’ll be guided on how to find that extra 15 minutes (that you don’t have) to make time for the most important part of your life: your family.
So Simple, Yet Fun & Educational!
I have done some research and have found some great things, but sifting through and making sure they all fit the criteria, age appropriate, etc is time consuming. The investment was worth it for me and I’m glad I did it. I love how you’ve made things so simple, yet fun and educational. It hits all the points I want: educational, always working on a skill in play, energy burning, and convenient for me. I want to play with them but sometimes my energy is just burnt out or I’ve got other things on the brain. This takes the thinking, brainstorming out and just lets me enjoy my kids more.
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin
Forget the hours of trying to find an activity with supplies you have. Don’t waste your time trying to decide if the activity is suitable for your 3 to 5 year old.
What's inside LEARN?
Help Your Child Develop!
What I liked about the activities are they are easy to do and don’t require a lot of expensive materials, nor did they seem to have potential to create too much mess. From a learning standpoint, I love how you’ve done all the thinking for me, not just in suggesting activities but identifying what type of skills these activities can help my child develop in digestible steps that are well-guided without seeming overwhelming.
Lynn Z, Mother
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