I love the idea of spooky old houses! When I was a kid, we had a neighbourhood “haunted house” that we all called “The Moon House.” My friends and I would visit it and sneak inside, past boarded up windows, and explore. Completely reckless… and thrilling!
When I think of Halloween, I think of that house – full of ghosts of memories past and creaks and groans. I thought I could create some of that spooky fun with a craft this year with my son, Onetime, and so together, we created this adorable recycled box Haunted House Luminary.
Welcome back to another week of “Teaching Kids About Character: An Alphabetic Blogging Series.” This week’s topic is W is for Wonder-Full! How can we encourage our kids to be full of wonder – to be curious, to ask questions, to be motivated to find out how things work and why, and to appreciate the amazing complexity of our world? SCIENCE!
Welcome back to another week of the Love to Learn Linky! This week we are looking at ways to teach preschoolers to COUNT!
I’ve got some awesome and easy DIY games you can make to play with your child that will teach them important number concepts while having FUN (and learning how to share and take turns!).
There’s also a roundup of terrific games from fellow bloggers that will get your child counting. Thanks to all the bloggers who linked up last week!