You cherish and love your child. You do everything in your power to make sure they can flourish to become healthy, well-rounded adults. Of course, you want to create the best home for your children to learn and grow. But what about holidays and downtime? You might think that your kids might get lazy or miss out on some learning milestone if you take a break. The truth is, the experiences they have on vacation can help with things like school and helping them focus on long-term goals. This is especially true if you take education vacations. Take a look…
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Well, since I already have posts for Best Books for 2 Year-Olds and Best Books for 3 Year-Old Boys, I figured it was high time for me to put together new list, now that my son is a 4 year-old. You may notice just a couple of repeats, but just because my son is a year older, doesn’t mean he no longer likes books from when he was “little”. 🙂 The Day the Babies Crawled Away (Find out more or buy through Amazon…) Right now, this is one of my top 3 favorite books. It’s rhythm and rhyme make…
Next to books, board games are high on my list of educational “tools” for preschoolers. They make learning so much fun, teach good sportsmanship, and are a great way to spend quality time together. Below are some our favorite preschool board games. If you have others, please share in the comments section! Build a Robot Game (Find out more or buy through Amazon…) I am pretty sure that this game was made specifically for my son. It is no wonder that it was awarded the Oppenheim Best Toy award. It has everything that a preschoolers like: a spinner, sturdy…