The Three Little Kittens LOST their ALPHABET MITTENS: Virtual Book Club for Kids featuring Paul Galdone
This month the Virtual Book Club for Kids is featuring books by Paul Galdone. He is known for creatively illustrating many classic children’s tales and rhymes such as The Three Bill Goats Gruff, The Three Little Pigs, Jack and the Beanstalk,
All About the Alphabet: Fun with learning letters
I believe very strongly that as parents we should help make learning fun for our kids. Finding playful ways to learn the ABCs can be a really great start. Here’s a round up of my own alphabet posts, as well as
PlayDrMom’s Favorite Alphabet Books
If you haven’t gathered by now, I’m a HUGE fan of children’s books … and there are a lot of wonderful children’s books about the alphabet and learning the ABCs. I wanted to share a few of our favorites … Dr.
Z is for Zucchini Muffins
At the end of each school year the preschool in which my children attend has an Alphabet Party. Each child is assigned a specific letter and needs to bring food that either begins with that letter or is in the shape
Alphabet Party for Preschoolers
Our family has the definite advantage of being able to send our kids to the amazing preschool in which my awesome mom is the director. She has made it a tradition that on the last day of preschool each year the
Create an Alphabet Monster … letter learning fun!
I’ve been realizing that my almost 4 year old needs more work on identifying the letters in the alphabet. I saw an idea for making an Alphabet Monster Game from Little Family Fun. So we made our own version with materials
An Alphabet Adventure … Virtual Book Club for Kids, July 2012
The kids and I have REALLY enjoying diving into the books for this month’s feature. Audrey Wood is an amazing children’s author and illustrator … who is married to another amazing children’s author and illustrator (Don Wood). It’s no wonder that
Tried & True: Ants on a Log
It’s simple and yummy … a child snack classic. Ants on a Log. This what Henry and I prepared for his lunch before his first day of (afternoon) kindergarten. (Honor wanted nothing to do with it … still being very much