Please share: Spring break is great for vacations and relaxing, but it can also be a good recipe for cabin-fever! Here’s another colorful activity to keep little hands busy and work on executive function. Most of the materials are easy to find around the...
Please share: I don’t know about you, but when I see a math problem I get sweaty palms and a feeling of dread. It’s true that I homeschool two of my high school sons but for their math (especially Algebra, Calculus, and Trig) I hired a tutor. Many of our...
Please share: A fun tactile matching activity called STEREOGNOSIS! Stereognosa what? Stereognosis involves using your sense of touch to feel for and identify /recognize an item that’s hidden from view. An example is when you reach into your purse on the...
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