Hey SJM Readers! I am back, I know I've been MIA for a while, a long while but if you've read the last post then you know why. The adjustment has been hard y'all in terms of getting on here and posting content and still managing ZANDRI EDUCATION ZONE content along with motherhood to the … Continue reading Free Preschool Charts Part 2
Hey SJM Crew. Today is a freebie download day. Your free download/printable for the day contains letter-sized charts for our toddler/preschooler. The file is in PDF format and has seven charts. This is the first set as there are more to come as I create and edit on the computer. I've yet to actually print … Continue reading Free Toddler Charts
With A, I use things we have around the house. At the moment that's craft ribbon and some of his toys (shapes) which have holes in them. I assist him in pushing the string through a hole, (until he is able to do it on his own since they are super tiny) then we spin it around like a skipping rope. With this activity, not only is he strengthening his fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination but it also reinforces what each shape is as well as colours.