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Preschool World, Issue #001 -- Focusing on your Child -
June 11, 2009
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Highlights in May
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Wow, this was an amazing day. I do hope that all mothers out there were blessed on this day. I received this encouraging words on mothers day and would like to share it with you!
A Woman of Strenght
"Don't tell God how big your storm is, tell your storm how big your God is"
I'm sure we all get to that stage when we say: "What else can I do with my preschooler that I have'nt done yet?" I have a few ideas:
Free Bible Activity
Have you ever wondered how exactly God created the world. Yes, we know that he spoke it into being, yes, spoke. Can you imagine that, by just speaking this world we live in was created. Our awesome God did not just create but also sustain. Do we realise what He is doing for us everyday. Do we really say thank you or do we recite our prayers. This made a huge impact on me when I first read it. I've been saying the same prayer for many years, until now. Let's not recite but really focus on what God is providing for us on a daily basis.
Now how do we connect with our preschoolers with regards to food/drink that God supply so generously. Well, let's see.
Developmental Stages in Preschoolers Art
Do you fear when your preschooler/toddler comes near you with pens, crayons, paint etc. I do. My walls are a mess and I really try not to have paint days, but that is so wrong. There are various stages that children increase their skills and creative abilities. Making a mess and scribbling is all part of this wonderful development phase. We should celebrate and not stop them from exploring. Read more about the various stages.
We have a few craft activities that both you and your child can enjoy! Some might be a bit challenging, but that is where you come in. Great time for bonding and just chatting while you are doing crafts together.
Phonics and Sounds
If we want our preschoolers to become competent readers, then we must adopt strategies to help them along the way. One way of doing this is to making links between the visual representation of letter and their sounds. We have free activities and ideas that can help you achieve great success in teaching your preschooler the very important alphabet.
Is your child a lateral thinker? What can you do to help nurturing that wonderful skill! What is lateral thinking? Can preschoolers think out of the box?
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Until next month. God bless!
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