Developing cognitive skills in early childhood is important because toddlers and young kids begin to learn about the world around them beginning with their senses. They also develop early motor skills with the use of objects. Challenge your child with a variety of resources, including DVDs and learning kits, to appeal to their visual and auditory senses. Games and puzzles to appeal to tactile learners. Helping your child develop cognitive skills in early childhood will help your child's memory and logic skills in the future.
Elementary STEAM or STEM Challenges are fun for all ages! From Kindergarten to fifth grade, grab a buddy class and jump into the Gingerbread Man Challenge. This unit is designed for one lower... Read More
Encourage speech and language development with this fun matching activity. Includes articles of clothing, food, animals, and vehicles. Play with a spinner or without.
This unit was designed for kids who need visual supports. The story is a counting book that features an African-American family shopping for food, preparing dinner, and sitting down to eat.
The Executive Functioning Games Bundle features Dr. Warren's acclaimed four EF card Games: In or Out, No Match Penguins, Focus and Memory Master.
I See I Learn is a visual learning series that offers pre-schoolers relatable situations in fun stories that illustrate social, emotional, health & safety, and cognitive skills.
Are you looking for fun and simple thematic centers that you can prep quickly for your preschool classroom? Preschool January Centers was created for children ages 4-6 and mature 3 year-olds (looking... Read More