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No Room for a Piano? Yet Want Child to Learn Music? Video, Book, Keyboard Recommendations

No Room for a Piano? Yet Want Child to Learn Music? Video, Book, Keyboard Recommendations

Why Learning to Read Music is a Good Idea – Music Instruments from Around the World. This book encourages young children “to want to take music lessons.” A little history on when and where popular musical instruments were invented along with the benefits of learning to read music. Children begin to experience the global effect music has on the world, but even more importantly, parents learn the music industry has high-paying jobs, which they themselves may be interested in.

This Week’s Free eBooks for Kids, Preschool Games, Activities

This Week’s Free eBooks for Kids, Preschool Games, Activities

e-Learning for kids is gaining in popularity and with good reason. e-Learning for young chi8ldren is effective and has immediate benefits, such as boosting a child’s confidence level and allowing him/her to work on the computer like older siblings and parents.  Emulation goes a long way in helping young children feel like they are a part of the family’s everyday life.  Each week ABC Preschool Online and FreePreschoolBooks.com present free educational eBooks for Preschool and Kindergarten children. ………… Building Cognitive…

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Word Recognition Curriculum Helps Keep Kids Interested in Reading

Word Recognition Curriculum Helps Keep Kids Interested in Reading

Reading by phonics is difficult for some children.  In order for phonics to be effective in a child’s life, the child must remember “all” the rules associated with phonics.  For some children this doesn’t happen soon enough.  The child may feel frustrated and begin to memorize words in order to stay afloat.  This is NOT an uncommon practice for children. Teachers who incorporate “word recognition” as a part of the reading lessons are doing a great service to children who…

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This Week’s Preschool Activities, Games for Preschool Video Review 40-Second

This Week’s Preschool Activities, Games for Preschool Video Review 40-Second

Published Aug 27, 2017, 5 Day Promotion – All other times purchase option is available. Educational Books for Preschool – Maze Games Ages 3 to 6 or even 7 http://amzn.to/2wAoeJB Educational Books for Preschool – Identify Words Shapes and Objects Ages 3 to 5 http://amzn.to/2iz4Erk Educational Books for Preschool – Phonics; Word Recognition http://amzn.to/2wAhjzZ Educational Books for Preschool My ABC’s and the Sounds They Make – Phonics http://amzn.to/2w8OiKD http://FreePreschoolBooks.com Preschool activities preschool learning preschool games preschool learning games preschool e-worksheets…

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Teaching Children How to Concentrate and Stay Focused

Teaching Children How to Concentrate and Stay Focused

Children who learn how to concentrate or stay focused on one thing at a time, usually whiz through school without much problem.  Other children who may spend more time studying appear to have a harder time maintaining good grades.  In many cases the difference is in how each child applies the art of concentrating. Parents across the country can be heard saying “Just concentrate, you can do it..”  While this statement helps to encourage the child, are we sure the…

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Childrens Book Review Rego The Dog Sled Puppy Who Couldn’t

Childrens Book Review Rego The Dog Sled Puppy Who Couldn’t

Rego is an Alaskan Husky, Who is Handicap…..He Wants to Pull the Dog Sled, But Can’t This is an inspirational story for children who are challenged and children who need a little motivation. Rego can’t pull the dog sled like his champion dog-sled racing, brothers  he’s unhappy about it.  His job is to protect the house when his owner and his six brothers are away. One day Rego has to protect the house from a stranger. After, Rego is praised…

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Childrens Book Review, How Many? Test Your Child’s Knowlege On the Value of Numbers

Childrens Book Review, How Many? Test Your Child’s Knowlege On the Value of Numbers

Does Your Young Child Really Understand the Value of Numbers? What if the child is just saying the numbers from memory? This is OK up to a certain point or age, and is expected. But before a child can actually learn to add numbers, they much understand the value of the numbers they are reciting. This book will help you determine your child’s ability to understand numbers and the value of numbers. The child is asked “How Many?” items or…

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