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The Disappearing Act - Laughing Kids Learn
The disappearing act is an activity that babies can use to help develop their understanding of object permanence. Easy to make and fun for them to do.
Reframing and Renaming What We Do and Who We Are: Early Childhood Education in the 21st Century
By: Diane Kashin, Ed.D, RECE. Four years ago, I entered the realm of social media for the purposes of professional learning. It has been an amazing experience as I have expanded my knowledge, my ne…
Tips for Reading Books to an Active Baby or Toddler
Tips for Reading with Babies and Toddlers including advice for what types of books to choose and how to set up reading moments for even the busiest of babies and toddlers from @Kim Vij
At play with baby: bouncing balls
A big ball, medium ball, and a small ball too... A red ball, yellow ball, and one the color blue... What can Clara do with three balls on the ground?
At play with baby: Big bear-little bear
For all you who are looking for activities to do with infants, I have started putting together some blog posts for you. This is my very first one and I will continue to post more each Thursday (as long as I have material ready and can keep up)! Thank you to my niece
Baby Play: Roly Bowl-y!
Roly Bowl-y! Age: approx. 6 months to 2 years Materials: A metal bowl (the shallower the better.. if you don't have a metal bowl a plastic one will do) and a ball Baby can tip and move the bowl to make the ball roll around Turn the bowl upside down. With a metal bowl, baby can see their convex reflection. Sit the ball on the top and watch it roll down, over and over. Spin the bowl for baby so the ball whizzes round and round very fast The surface is slippery. It is hard for baby to grasp the…
Teaching Toddlers Care of Self - Natural Beach Living
Self-care is all about actions taken to maintain personal health and human development. Why not start teaching the basics now when they are toddlers. Maria Montessori made it well known that what she called “Practical Life Skills,” were very important for children to master. Practical life skills can mean so many different things; here I ... Read More about Teaching Toddlers Care of Self