This blog is here for you to find fun learning activities to do with your children. We share great ideas we find and love on the Internet, as well as ideas we come up with on our own! We also like to share resources we find helpful.

To find ideas for your child, click on the age range blog label or on the theme/topic you are looking for (on the left side of the page). In each post, we try to list optimal age ranges for the activity, but you must judge for yourself if it is appropriate for your child. When you try an activity out, please comment and let us (and everyone else) know how your child liked it!

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Simple Summer: Simple Preschool Cirriculum


While browsing my online library, looking for eBooks, I cam across this section that has a lesson plan for you for every month of the year. I thought it would make a great resource for simple summer learning! I find the biggest time suck for learning activities is the actual planning and preparing--not the doing--and in the summer, I really don't want to be sitting and planning and preparing. So I thought I would pass the link along to you if you are interested--it is linked right to June:


For more fun summer ideas, see these:


Alicia Conway said...

I think that children are too busy with theor studies. I want thme to be more cheereful, have more fun. Thus, I use online homework help services, so that they won't constantly study.

veggiesgirl said...

One of our favorite things to do, especially on a rainy day and you want some good indoor activities, is to do some of the Spirituality for Kids lessons (http://www.spiritualityforkids.com/). We love how it teaches some of the common skills my 7-year-old needs to make great decisions and reach his full potential in a way that he can understand and benefit most from.

The Dapper Darling said...

Yes, we are full of studies ourselves. We do a lot of crafting too. I also have a blog at www.thedapperdarling.com where you can find some neat crafting ideas!

Naceur Boujja said...

I am a kids entertainer and working on a STEM through art project for creating learning activities that are also fun for the kids. I really enjoyed the post and came across some brilliant ideas that I would be love to use in some of my kids entertainment shows.
Thanks for sharing

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