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Screen-Free Activities #41 and #42

Right from a young age, probably, as young as a couple months after birth, you child starts learning math language around her without realizing what it is… numbers, patterns around her, comparisons!! Between the ages, 3.5 and 5, they are ready to learn counting, what numbers look like, how the number words look like, count…

Screen-Free Activities #39 and #40

Activity #39. Making a Mickey Mouse Mask. Huska, Muska Mickey Mouse…!!! There is something truly magical about Mickey Mouse. This weekend we were invited for a Mickey Mouse themed birthday party where Rockstar truly enjoyed and had a blast. In the whole bunch of return gifts he got from there, there was one Mickey Mouse…

Screen-Free Activities #36 to #38. Crystal Climbers, Making a Cater Pillar and Other Fun Activities For Kids!

Activity # 36 Crystal Climbers. These are a kind of building blocks made out of crystals. Great for use with light table. Improves creativity. Builds fine motor skills. Easy slot-together helps in building in all directions.       Activity # 37 Paper Plate Cat.  Things required to make this: 2 paper plates 2 Googly…

Screen Free Activities #32 to #35. Origami, The Art Of Folding and Others!

Activity # 32 Origami. Origami is the Japanese folding art. It is known from a very long time for its several benefits it offers to kids: Development of hand and eye coordination Improvement in sequencing skills Teaches kids how to follow directions Increases attention span Math reasoning and much more!! Apart from all this, it is…

Screen Free Activities #28 to #31

Activity #28 Spot the difference. “Spot the difference” activity can be fun for kids. A child inside me also enjoys to spot the differences. It improves attention to detail, increases attention span and in some pages it enhances vocabulary.     Activity # 29 Zentangle Parents serve as role models to their children. Parents are…

Screen-Free Activities #22 to #27

Activity # 22 Sight word matching.  This helps the child with the following: Identification of sight words. Readiness to reading. Preparation for first grade. While doing worksheets with your children, don’t focus on presentation and how they draw the lines. The objective here is teach them identify sight words. Slowly when they get confident we…

Screen Free Activities #17 to #21

Activity #17 Look and find books, I spy books. Look and find books, I spy books are widely available. These books are great! My children and I are big fans of these books. They offer endless hours of fun and challenges. Also, they help with: * Memory boosting * Increasing attention span. * Enhancing vocabulary….

Screen Free Activities #13, #14, #15, #16

Activity #13 Crafts Project Making a Bee with Popsicle sticks! Improves creativity. Increases attention span You can make your own toy. Fun to work with paints. While doing the activity, if you have a kindergartener you can talk about life cycle of the bee.   Activity #14 Silly Evening. Today our evening was a silly one….

Screen-Free Activity #10, #11 and #12

Activity #10 Reading Reading to young children benefits their brain development. With regular reading habits you can see significant improvement in their academic, speech, communication, language development, logical thinking  skills to name a few. We (my Son and I)  usually read for 20 minutes every evening after he comes back home from school and 20…

Scree-Free Activity #8 and #9

Activity #8 Cooking with Kids. Making Raita. Cooking helps kids learn many skills in a fun way. It helps them to grow up to be independent young adults when they leave home. It instills confidence and self esteem. They feel good that you are sharing the kitchen with you. It teaches them responsibility, measurement and…

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