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BatsWe’ve packed a lot of bats into this theme’s games, crafts, workshops, and activities designed to teach children all about these Halloween creatures.
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Daily routineSimple ways to make daily tasks enjoyable.
The benefits associated with rocking childrenLearn how and why to use your rocking chair and toys.
HalloweenDiscover how to make Halloween fun for those who are too young for candy.
Little FrankensteinThere’s nothing scary about this adorable figurine.
Fear barometerA cute tool that is perfect for Halloween.
Miniature witch hatA great Halloween project for developing preschoolers’ fine motor skills.
Invisible inkImpress your group with this simple experiment.
Part liquid, part solidMake learning about these properties interesting for young children.
Candy-filled modeling doughThe ideal homemade dough for your Halloween party!
Monster punchA spooky Halloween beverage you can prepare with your group.
Toad spittleChildren will love manipulating this preparation!
Bedwetting during naptimeKnow how to react to preserve children’s self-esteem.
How to teach children to eat independentlyTips for developing children’s autonomy during meals.
Playing to improve concentration10 activities that will help children develop this important ability.
What to expect at four years of ageEverything you need to know about developmental expectations during the “ferocious fours”
How to accompany children who are overlookedTips for developing children’s autonomy during meals.
Create a simple egg carton memory gameA memory game with an inexpensive homemade twist.
Learn how to say “rake” in FrenchAdd to children’s vocabulary as you rake leaves in your yard.
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