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PBS Kids Island online games

A and I have just discovered PBS Kids Island at PBSkids.org. It is a set of free games that teach reading skills. The system requires an email account and multiple kids can play under one email address. A parent / caregiver can check the account to learn a little about what their child is doing.



My feelings are mixed. A seems to like the games, but he was frustrated that more buildings are not on the island (after mastery of one area, new areas… Continue

Added by Karen on January 20, 2009 at 11:33am — No Comments

The Snowy Day

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Added by Karen on January 14, 2009 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Making homemade children's books

This week at toddler class I sat next to a mom who was taking a photo of her daughter during snack time. She introduced herself as a "crazy photo lady," and I asked if she also made scrapbooks. I do not make scrapbooks (uh, yet), but I have playgroup friends who are very into it. "Crazy photo lady" told me about a children's scrapbook format that has me very, very excited..... making our own children's alphabet books featuring photos of our family!



The idea is to make an ABC or… Continue

Added by Karen on September 30, 2008 at 11:05pm — No Comments

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