Pulling your hair out with finding productive activities for preschoolers?
Then you need this encouraging read The Happy Mommy Handbook: The Ultimate How-To Guide on Keeping Your Toddlers and Preschoolers Busy, Out of Trouble and Motivated to Learn by Kate Norris and Susan Case.
In fact, anyone who has a toddler or preschooler needs to grab this unique book.
This books is all about training your little ones to be happy exploring and discovering simple structured activities that will earn quiet time while you go about your household or homeschool your older children.
All of the activities are very easy to implement and use everyday household items except for a few simple craft items that you can purchase at your local dollar store.
The first part of the book discusses the early years while suggesting numerous sensory, fine motor, arts and crafts, and outside and inside play. The second half of the book will help you prepare your child for school readiness.
However, this book is designed for you to spend time teaching your cild how to play the activities. It’s imperative you teach your child the rules while playing.
After reading The Happy Mommy Handbook, I have been encouraged to get organized and have a shelf dedicated to preschool activities that my little one can engage in each day during our school time during organized play.
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