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My two young children have expressed a rapt interest in geography as of late. Teaching US geography with puzzles has been one of our favorite ways to play and learn so far. I knew introducing map puzzles would be a great way to feed the kids’ desire to learn, but I’ve actually been surprised by […]Continue reading
My two young children (ages 3.5 and 5) have shown a big interest in learning about geography. As a former public school teacher, I know that kids don’t officially learn about the U.S. until around 5th grade. However, I figure it’s never too early to start teaching your children about the world in which they […]Continue reading
The kids (ages 3 and 4) have been very into playing with their wood blocks lately! They like to set up stages for their figurines and then play pretend. The other day while setting up, they were making some really neat shapes with their blocks, and so I thought it’d be fun to show them […]Continue reading
I found this idea on Pinterest quite awhile ago, made my own cards one night on a TV tray while catching up on some shows, and then promptly forgot all about them…until today! And what fun we had with them!!! I was honestly amazed at how very into them both Luke and Lilah were! They […]Continue reading