50 Fantastic Things to Do With Preschoolers

50 Fantastic Things to Do With Preschoolers

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Explore, inquire, and experiment alongside your preschooler using the simple ideas in 50 Fantastic Things to Do with Preschoolers. 

Written specifically for parents, the activities in this book will lead to infectious excitement and enthusiasm for learning! Using objects easily found in most homes, this collection of purposeful play experiences will help preschoolers to develop key skills at their own pace and to make unhurried, important discoveries.

Each activity in this book features easy-to-follow instructions, with plenty of tips and suggestions for extending the learning.



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Sally and Phil Featherstone, who are teachers, consultants, trainers, and authors in early childhood education in the UK, provide parents with 50 activities to help children ages three to four learn better and more quickly at home. Each activity lists the equipment needed, specific steps, and alternative ideas. They include activities for practicing routines, making pastry, fingerpainting, games, cleaning up, making sounds, exploring colors, play, recognizing faces, following instructions, and learning body parts. Annotation ©2013 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Publisher: Lewisville, NC : Gryphon House, 2013
ISBN: 9780876594674
0876594674
Characteristics: 88 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Featherstone, Phill

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ksoles Aug 20, 2013

Play dress-up, finger paint, prepare a simple snack. Most of the activities in "50 Fantastic Things to Do with Preschoolers" seem intuitive and even obvious but the way in which the authors present said activities sheds new light on the benefits of everyday play.

Each page has step-by-step instructions accompanied by four info boxes: "helpful hints," "ready for more," "did you know?" and "what is my child learning?" The authors offer practical ideas on differentiation for young children with special needs as well as tips on what to look and listen for when performing various tasks. The experiences suggested in this book will help young children develop through both planned and informal fun using common objects and resources. They focus on practical activities and purposeful play for individuals, pairs and small groups and allow children to develop at their own pace, making unhurried discoveries along the way.

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