Bedtime routines and transitioning to bedtime if often difficult for kids, especially those with special needs. When it is time to go to bed, try having your kids put their dolls to sleep first! This will help them get into a routine, have something to look forward to each night, and help them better understand bedtime.
Worried about going to the grocery store with your child? Practice at home. First have them help you write up a shopping list and then "shop" for all the family's supermarket essentials. Well, pretend to, at least. This kid-sized grocery cart is perfect for for role playing and can do wonders to prepare your kids for a real trip to the grocery store.
The wobble board is a balance board, a swing, a bridge, a shop, a hut, a step, a racetrack, a lounge seat…the possibilities are endless! Using the board will stimulate balance and poise and allows kids to work on their skills indoors and out.
Plan Toys Preschool Beehive is really simple and very effective. The set includes different colored bees and hives and a pair of wooden tweezers. Children can sort the bees and place them in the matching hive. It is great for developing fine motor, coordination skills and color recognition, while fueling their curiosity for bees and the environment.
Your little one can use this a beautiful wooden toy set to create high buildings, amazing sculptures, trains and railway tracks, strange creatures or incredible bridges. As they flex their imagination muscles, children will bring these toys to life through exploration, personalization, and manipulation.