Toddlers grow at a rapid pace! And their brains are actively developing every single day all day! Using Bunny Peek-A-Boo by Timberdoodle targets critical development skills in toddlers! See how I used Bunny Peek-A-Boo with my toddler, Scout!
If you’re looking for a fun and easy way to help your kids learn to read, look no further than Reading Eggs. This amazing app provides a comprehensive reading curriculum that is perfect for homeschoolers. Plus, it’s tons of fun for kids! Read on to find out why Reading Eggs is the perfect choice for your homeschooling needs.
[Videos Included] If you have a toddler or a baby in your house, read to him or her! With these Usborne Baby Books Set of 6, like we did. With simple rhymes throughout all of the books, your child will develop stronger linguistic skills and help form simple sentences. You can actually see this skill in action in the video included!
If you have a struggling reader or a child with a learning deficit, MaxScholar was specially designed for these students to excel in reading! The programs within its annual subscription include MaxPhonics, MaxWords, MaxVocab, MaxBios, MaxPlaces, MaxMusic, and MaxReading. Read on for a full review of MxScholar, an exciting reading intervention program!
Positive affirmations should be often included in your daily life. Preborn Prodigy is a Christ-centered company that has audio mp3 and CD albums, sharing the positive message to children and parents about how much they are loved and how perfect God made them. Unborn babies can listen to an album, newborn to 99 years old can listen to an album, and then there’s a cool math album that softly exposes basic math concepts to children with easy-to-understand terminology and explanations. Read my review of Preborn Prodigy!
The PRIDE Reading Program uses the Orton Gillingham approach to teaching your child structured literacy, reading, writing, spelling, comprehension, and phonics skills. Although all students can take this program, it is specially designed for students with certain learning deficits, such as dyslexia, apraxia of speech, and processing disorders. Read on for my personal review of this program.
Undecided on what to do after Thanksgiving dinner? Have Thanksgiving with a twist with these free resources of family fun Thanksgiving activities! From puzzles to the turkey trot and Thanksgiving trivia, you’re bound to find some brilliant activities to play with your family on Thanksgiving – after the turkey is gone!