Equip your kids with tolerance skills so they can relate with anyone.
The idea that everyone is unique and special is an important concept for little minds to grasp. Because diversity exists everywhere
Hit the beach for an endless supply of seashells for your activity.
Like pretty much all other small objects, most toddlers likely consider seashells simply fun things to throw (or put in their mouths)
Owls hunt for food at night and sleep during the day.
Owls. They’re mysterious. They’re nocturnal. They hoot. They can turn their heads almost all the way around. Many preschoolers are fascinated by owls
Give your little one the tools to listen to authority figures.
It probably goes without saying, but preschoolers have minds of their own. In fact, your little one might be adorable
Fruit is a healthier snack for kids than a candy bar.
If you want your kids to grow up eating their veggies, establish healthy eating patterns while they’re young. Busy lives sometimes necessitate a trip
Teach the concept of coins and dollar bills to preschoolers.
It’s not just adults who are obsessed with money — looking at money, counting money, playing with the way coins feel in the palm.
Many children say grace and bedtime prayers.
“Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep,” your preschooler recites. Part of sharing your faith with your child is teaching her to pray.