Disclaimer: I received a free product for my post! These views are my own and were not at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity.. Imagination and education are encouraged in my household in all that we
Since rainbows are so much fun, I thought it would be awesome to use them for a learning activity (you know, so learning is fun too!) I am currently working with my oldest son on reading, so I wanted to
There are so many great ways to teach colors to children. Below are a few tried-and-true ways that worked for my son! As a way to easily remember these activities, I have made an acronym with the first letter of each activity–ROYGBIV,
Finding fun ways to teach can make such a difference in a child’s interest to learn. We found these adorable mailboxes (available at Target stores usually around Valentine’s Day or order on Amazon.com—affiliate link) and my son had a blast
Disclaimer: I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Rosetta Stone. I received a product and a promotional item to thank me for participating. All opinions are my own. My son is a little over the age of
In our house, we love board games. They are a great way to get the family all together for bonding time, they help promote learning, and they are just plain fun! Because board games can be expensive, I wanted to
Disclaimer: I received a free product for my post! These views are my own and were not at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity.. Imaginative role play is a key part of a child’s learning development.