APP OF THE WEEK: “Wet Dry Try”

Available for the iPad and iOS on the App Store for $4.99 the “Wet Dry Try” app follows the curriculum of Handwriting Without Tears allowing children to “virtually” practice their letter and number formation by first “wetting” the letter with a...

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Calming Bottles DIY

Calming bottles (also called sensory bottles, clam down jars, etc.) are reused plastic water bottles which contain water, glitter, and some glue. The glue in the water/glitter combination causes the liquid to move slowly when shaken. Calming...

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App of the Week: Bugs and Buttons

Bugs and Buttons is a collection of games that helps children learn a variety of skills. This app has games that help with pinch, color sorting, letter recognition, counting, eye hand coordination and much more. Plus it is a fun and engaging...

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WEBSITE OF THE WEEK: KIDS PAGES

Looking for some take-home activities for your child? Kids’ pages offer a variety of learning materials. You will find coloring pages, flashcards, nursery rhymes, games, stories, puzzles and more! This website is a great tool to help build and...

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App of the Week – Brush Up

App of the Week – Brush Up

The Brush Up App can be found on Android and I-pad devices. This app is an interactive way for kids to watch, practice, and engage with teeth brushing. It allows your child to see the character brush all of his surfaces of his teeth while...

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