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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Preschool Education Site! These are the top ten articles that your Preschool Education Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Simple Sensory Play
What is sensory play? Why is it important? Sensory play is a fun, engaging way for your preschooler to learn. Through these hands-on activities, your kiddo will develop linguistically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively. Check out these easy ideas.
2. Early Writing Skills
Did you know that writing skills can be developed long before you put a writing utensil in your child's hand? Improving your child's fine motor skills will promote early writing skills. Help your child develop the necessary fine motor skills needed to write with these three easy activities.
3. Why Is Rhyming Important?
Without a doubt rhyming is a fun childhood game, often bringing on giggles and squeals as silly nonsense words are created. Still, the question begs to be asked: does rhyming serve an academic purpose? Or, is it merely a fun way to pass the time and be silly?
4. Teach Your Child Shapes
Learning shapes is a preschool milestone that should be met before kindergarten.Your child's natural environment is full of shapes, so start teaching your child all about shapes without using flashcards. Get them moving with these simple activities and they will have their shapes mastered quickly.
5. Learning Through Play
Kids naturally learn through playing. As a parent, you can easily build learning into your child's play time without interrupting their natural play. Read this article to find some quick, easy ways to do this.
6. Water Table Play
Water tables are a great way to beat the summer heat. Set up a table today and watch your preschooler's imagination come alive. Check out these easy additions to add to the table to take their play to a whole new level.
7. Preschool Gross Motor Skills
Gross motor skills are essential to your preschooler's development. Come check out these fun ideas to promote the development of these important skills and learn what skills are age appropriate for your child.
8. 6 Name Writing Activities
Writing their name is often one of the first things preschoolers learn to write. Tracing can be a great way to start learning letter formation, but it can also get quite monotonous. Try one of these fun activities to get your kiddo writing their name.
9. Outdoor Summer Art Projects
The process of art helps children develop social and emotional skills, fine tune problem solving skills, and promotes fine motor development. Art doesn't have to be done sitting at a desk! Check out these fun outdoor summer art projects.
10. Learning Styles In Kids
Every person, adults and children alike, learn differently. Do you know how your child learns best?
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