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Day 112: Talk with Your Child and Read

Here is another learning activity from UniversalPreschool.com’s “How To” pages developed by Diane Flynn Keith.

Remember, only do these learning activities if they are enjoyable for you and your child. Do not treat this as a “must do” lesson. It’s simply a fun activity that provides an opportunity to learn, while building “readiness skills” for school or homeschool success.

~ Alternatives to Television Viewing ~

April 19-25 is Turn Off Your TV week.  Here are some fun ideas for things to do instead of watching TV.

Talk with Your Child and Read

  1. Talk with your child. Conversation starters.
  2. Read. Books, magazines, newspapers, poetry, nursery rhymes, myths, etc.  Go to the library for an evening storytime or go to a bookstore and hang out for a while.

Get innovative learning activities themed around dates of historical importance (and whimsical holidays) with “UniversalPreschool.com’s Learning Calendar!” It’s jam-packed with fun for the whole family!  Get your calendar today at: http://www.universalpreschool.com/uplearning.asp

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