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Alphamania Sale!

Give your preschoolers and kindergartners a head start this summer in preparation for the upcoming school year. Learning the alphabet has never been so much fun! Purchase Alphamania: An Alphabet Resource for Teachers and Parents now for only $1.99 at http://smashwords.com/books/view/122048 . Use coupon code ZM64G at checkout.

Half Price Sale on Alphamania!

Alphamania: An Alphabet Resource for Teachers and Parents is available at 1/2 price during a special Smashwords promotion for the month of July 2012. Get hundreds of ideas for teaching every letter of the alphabet to your preschool and kindergarten children. Go to http://smashwords.com/books/view/122048 and use code SSW50 for your discounted book.

An Alphabet Craft for the Letter S – Squashy Putty

S is for Squashy Putty Squashy Putty (a homemade version of Silly Putty) is a lot of fun to make and use while studying the letter S (or P). It is very inexpensive and the children (as well as adults) love it. To make homemade squashy putty you need: A medium size bowl white glue liquid starch (in … Continue reading

A Monday Musing (Today’s Quote)

I discovered this quote today and it really hit me: Children are like wet cement, whatever falls on them makes an impression. ~ Haim Ginott What kind of impression did you make on a child today? Were your words heavy, leaving a big dent that will be hard to fill or were they light and … Continue reading

Wednesday Wisdom for Teachers and Parents

Children re-invent your world for you. ~ Actress Susan Sarandon Isn’t it interesting how we change as we get older. The things that fascinated us when we were young are “old hat” or maybe “boring” to us now. Take, bugs, for example. Most children are mesmerized by watching the antics of grasshoppers, spiders and other … Continue reading