When my son was a baby, he was highly and heavily into things with motion or movement. Before he could independently sit up or stand, he was fascinated by ceiling fans. He would sit patiently and observe the blades of a ceiling fan in motion. When he learned to grasp and hold things, he gravitated to Hot Wheels and enjoyed watching their wheels spin, needing to carry one with him at all times. When he learned to crawl...
What if you awakened this morning and NEEDED to do at least SOME schoolwork, but simply didn't feel like doing the "usual?" You know, the close-to-regular school way of doing subjects that you must stay on top of like Language Arts and Mathematics? ArtEase! has a solution for that, too? Actually, we have five (5) great fun, easy, interactive, skill building language arts activities we know you'll love!
We LOVE stuffed animals in our home, mainly because we don’t/can’t have live pets instead. However, I have simply loved, loved, loved stuffed pets since I was a baby. I still do. My child… my actual child, loves these cuddly babies, too. Friends have gifted all of us stuffed babies over the years. We have “pets” in storage and in the attic. We have given away fluffy loved ones to consignment stores. Yet we STILL have tons and tons of stuffed animals in the house that we simply can’t seem to part with. Lots of them are jam-packed in a bottomless toy box, but they are still here with us. So, what does one do with piles of “puppies” each yearning for attention?