Catching the Wind By Rhonda - Community Play Things "March is famous for its blustery wind and for the "spring fever" that seems to give kids even more energy than usual! There are many ways to harness the power of the wind to encourage active outdoor play such as flying kites, making pinwheels, or blowing bubbles. Here's another simple, child-friendly activity you can...Keep Reading
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"'You have to go big, before going small,' was the take-away message. Balance, shoulder strength, and eye-hand coordination, are all foundational skills which have to be established before pre-writing skills. Pressuring a child to master fine motor skills before they are ready will lead to failure."...
"Children learn best through direct experiences. If a child’s environment is too sterile they are deprived of the deep exploration that comes from “making a mess”. How can an educator embrace this rich learning without worrying about keeping the floor clean or the furniture intact? Take it outside!" - Rhonda from Community Play Things...
Risen Motherhood is a wonderful resource with blogs, free resources for your family, and a podcast! I absolutely LOVE this Facebook post of theirs and wanted to share it with you!...
Risen Motherhood is a wonderful resource with blogs, free resources for your family, and a podcast! I absolutely LOVE this Facebook post of theirs and wanted to share it with you!...Keep Reading
This Saturday, February 24th, is our big event! I'm excited to announce that we'll be including a raffle with a basket full of AMAZING gifts! Take a peek at what's included now!...Keep Reading
Trinity Early Childhood Center will have their own "Little Free Library" in March!...Keep Reading
Daycare and Preschool can be really tough for families! I'd love to share this articleabout how you can be there for your child, especially with what you can say! ...Keep Reading
Trinity Early Childhood Center teaches the children through Illinois Standards and our SCEWD curriculum, but also through PLAY! Please consider following the blog through Community Play Things and learn some way to explore and learn through play with your child!...Keep Reading