I always get a new planner for the start of the school year, I like to have one that works with the school schedule. I love planners! I need one that allows me to write my lists, keep track of some expenses and allow room for my day.
Help Mr. Crab collect the numbered balls by dragging him with your finger – and drawing the letter at the same time.
Once all the letters in the word are drawn properly, a cute drawing will appear.
It is my hope to offer you some simple recipes that won’t take too much time and will allow you to be creative without a ton of ingredients or tools.
Ten skillfully planned lessons allow your child to progress at his own pace.
Review sessions follow each lesson.
Beat-the-Clock Quiz games give your child a fun gaming activity which increases speed-of-recall.
So, September will bring a new column we are going to try. For years, I have been asked by many friends and readers to incorporate some simple recipes, preferably with video, but I am not at the video part yet. Let’s see how this goes and we can build together as time goes by.
Whether we are ready or not, even if you’re child was in a program most of the Summer; school shopping will be happening. I have gathered some of the items on our list as well as some that I think look like great options.
I’ve been getting some great messages and emails asking for more book recommendations. I am so glad some of you are finding them helpful. It really has been my escape these past few months, I love having a challenge set for myself and I spend lots of time making lots of books I want to read! Please share yours too.
The first one was suggested by a developmental pediatricau we saw recenthly for our son, she said age did not matter and we’d benefit from some of what isbeing offred in it. I will share what my husband and I find, we are both reading it.
I thought some of these may be helpful for you as well.