This a valentine game for preschoolers. It is simple and easy to set up. It can be competitive or non-competitive. It can be played by a single child or you can have multiple game boards for a group. This little Valentine’s Day game will teach your little person basic math concepts too.
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My children, who are 2.5 years and up, have been enjoying this simple activity with foam shapes. They have been creating simple tangrams.
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Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the “Little House” books, referred to southwest Missouri as “the land of the big red apple”. While we no longer live in that beautiful area of the state, we have always enjoyed the fall expedition to our local apple orchard, complete with wagon ride and . . . Read More: An Apple Extravaganza!
Have you ever been taken your special little guy or girl to a ball park, airport, bus station, sale barn, and an expected short wait has stretched to an eternity? Everyone has become bored, wiggly and just plain tired. M&Ms can become a source of learning and entertainment.
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