Close the word gap with a sandcastle!

Sandcastles are like real houses; they can be as simple as a one room shack or as complicated as a millionaire’s mansion! They can be made by a two-year old child digging with their hands or by a professional artist with complicated tools and equipment. All that matters is that they are fun to build … Read more…

Sand and sun equals FUN!

Nothing says summer like a day at the beach! Warm sand, cold salt water, buckets and shovels, sandcastles, the smell of sunscreen, the screech of seagulls – magic! So, how do we use this word to build a child’s vocabulary? Here’s 3 quick tips to teach the word beach: Ask your child what a beach … Read more…

This Wednesday’s Word is “soil”

                 For the last 2 weeks, we’ve worked with the words “seed” and “sprout”.                              Today we’ll talk about “soil”. So, how do we use this word to build a child’s vocabulary? Here are 3 quick tips to teach the word soil: Ask your child what soil is. Soil is another word for dirt. Other … Read more…