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Category Archives: Playful Learning
It’s been a struggle since the school year began … how to get Henry to accomplish the tasks he needs to do after school. Especially when I’m not there to supervise. This year marks a first for us. The first … Continue reading
This month the Summer Virtual Book Club for Kids is featuring Kevin Henkes. He has TONS of fabulous books for kids … and the blogs that are participating are sure to come with TONS of wonderful related activities. Many of … Continue reading
I’ve received lots of requests to blog about potty training … but it’s taken me a really long time to sit down and write this post. The road of potty training my son (now 6) has been long and bumpy … Continue reading
One afternoon last week me and the kids found ourselves with a couple of free hours, so I asked them if they wanted to have a lemonade stand. They both got excited and Henry (my 6 year old) stated, “We … Continue reading
I’ve heard about Maker Faire Detroit for the last couple of years and thought it might be a fun event to take the kids to. But after spending a day there yesterday there is no might be … this event is … Continue reading
This month the Virtual Book Club for Kids is featuring one of our favorite books by one of our favorite authors … The Very Quiet Cricket, by Eric Carle. Two of our very close friends recently moved to a house … Continue reading
Henry and I had the most wonderful, impromptu experience the other day. I took him with me to vote on a local school board issue since he was interested in the issue (it will directly effect him) and to help … Continue reading
Since Honor has now mastered color identification, I thought we’d move on to working on numbers. I figured the best way to do this would be through a somewhat art based activity because she LOVES “projects”! I quickly came up … Continue reading
We did this activity back in January, when Honor was still somewhat struggling with identifying colors. But with it being springtime here, and all the Earth coming alive with color, I thought it would be a great time to share … Continue reading