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Counting with Pumpkin Seeds
Counting with objects is always a fun way to engage students. We love to use hands-on materials whenever possible. Enter pumpkin seeds! Since pumpkins are in season and we’re doing all kinds of activities with them, time to practice counting pumpkin seeds! This activity is simple and you probably have the materials lying around home…
How to Make Real Pumpkin Seed Slime
We have fabulously discovered Pumpkin Seed Slime! Tis the season for everything pumpkin, right?! We’re all about sensory bins, getting messy, and having fun here at Fun Early Learning. Our students LOVE it! They stay engaged and learning. It’s the best! Did you know that slime is science?
5 Key Strategies to Build Positive Teacher-Child Relationships in Preschool and Kindergarten
Did you know that teachers are one of the MOST important influences in a child’s life? That is why it is important that every interaction a teacher has with a child is a constructive one. Whether you teach in a school setting or your child at home, it’s important to have a good relationship. Do…
The Importance of Hands-on Learning Activities for Kids
Did you know that using hands-on activities is one of the BEST ways for children to learn?!? Research shows that children who are taught using hands-on teaching methods do better in school than those who are not. That is why we use many different hands-on activities for kids that are FUN and engaging. Want to know…
The Importance of Fine Motor Skills in Early Childhood
As parents, you play a critical role in your child’s fine motor skill development. The most important thing you can do is to provide opportunities that are fun and interactive for your child. Developing fine motor skills in early childhood education helps build the foundation for important future skills like writing and self-care. In this…
Letter Recognition Activities
Here are some amazing alphabet activities for helping children recognize uppercase and lowercase letters. These are a mix of hands-on and no prep activities. They are perfect for toddlers, preschool and kindergartners! Help your child learn letter recognition, identification and writing!