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Benefits & Many uses of Counting Bears for Toddlers

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Benefits  & Many uses of Counting Bears for Toddlers

Young kids love bears and this is a great way to help toddlers master early math skills.. You can use any type of colored bears, but we love using the Skoolzy Rainbow counting bears for many of these activities since you only need one toy.   These best seller toddler toys have many uses from color sorting toys for toddlers and color matching game to preschool manipulatives and math counters manipulatives for elementary students  The advantage of using these manipulatives for math activities is that most children find them to be fun and make learning more like playing.     Learning...

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How to Choose Counting Toys for 2 year Olds?

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How to Choose Counting Toys for 2 year Olds?

Learning toys are readily available these days but some parents are still unaware of the advantages of these games. They are not sure which educational toys they should buy for their kids. They want their kids to learn but they do not know which skills they should be encouraging. Here we’ll talk about some very simple counting toys for 2 year olds and what kids can learn.  1# Building blocks with numbers Plastic or wooden blocks with numbers is a basic toy that helps toddlers become aware of numbers. By counting the blocks and matching the blocks to the number,...

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23 Activities to Prepare Your Toddler for Success in Handwriting

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23 Activities to Prepare Your Toddler for Success in Handwriting

Research indicates mastery of these fine motor skills will help your child have an easier time learning handwriting!

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A Beary Happy Valentine's Day Fine Motor Activity

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A Beary Happy Valentine's Day Fine Motor Activity

    Bear-y Hearts is a simple and fun Valentine’s Day activity that you can do with your kids. It is a great opportunity for children to develop their fine motor skills while you spend some quality time together. We love this activity because it incorporates so many fine motor activities all in one project that is fun for both toddlers who may need more assistance and for preschool age children who can do it all by themselves. You get to cut, count, match sort and so much more! For the homeschool, you can integrate this activity into a science...

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