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Early Childhood Development Skills and Lesson Plans

The Ultimate Resource for Early Childhood Development Skills Kindergarten lesson plans should be fun, packed with play and new development and learning skills. I believe kindergarten is the most important year to get children to “Love to Learn”. Love counting, love colors, love interacting and love the process in understanding something new. That’s why I’ve […]

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Preschool Lesson Plans

Preschool lesson plans for teachers! Here’s the MASTER LIST of all my songs by category and video links. Here’s the link to my free APP with all my songs by categories too. Child development refers to the changes that occur as a child grows and develops in relation to being physically healthy, mentally alert, emotionally sound, […]

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Fire Prevention Week

Fire prevention week is always in October, but anytime is a good time to talk about fire safety. My little boy is almost 3 years old and fascinated with any type of truck, especially ones that make loud noises! We make a big deal when we see a fire truck and imitate their sirens. While it is exciting […]

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Halloween Costume Ideas

Halloween costume ideas for toddlers that are unique, fun and not scary. It’s a challenge during this holiday season to think of costume ideas that will get our children excited all the way up until Halloween. If your child is like mine, they change their minds every day before Halloween. One week they want to […]

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Halloween Songs and Safety

Halloween, candy, trick or treating, ghost, goblins, ballerinas, cartoon characters and make believe is what makes this holiday so much fun! I’ll never forget my daughter’s first halloween, when she was barely three years old and could hardly say the words “Trick or Treat!” The whole family dressed up like the wizard of oz characters. Emma […]

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New CD Release, I Like To Dance and Sing!

Children’s music reviewed by well known NY writer and dad, Jeffrey Cohen. One dad’s music and miscellaneous blog. Two hundred million views can’t be wrong. No, I’m not talking about the latest video from Psy (the Korean rap star behind Gangnam Style). It’s of course children’s music entrepeneaur Patty Shukla, who returns this month with her latest […]

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Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

How do you reduce, reuse and recycle? It’s important to me that my children are responsible and know how to recycle. They know that all glass, plastic bottles, cardboard boxes, yogurt containers and you name it go into the recycling bin. It is a great feeling knowing that we have an impact on everything we […]

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Best Christmas Songs and Movies for Children

I love this time of the year! Just listening to Christmas songs in the house, has everyone smiling, singing along and helping each other. What a nice little miracle. Lol! The day after Thanksgiving we couldn’t wait to put up our Christmas tree. It was fun to see my husband and kids getting down the […]

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5 Ways To Make-Believe Play

Halloween is such a popular holiday around the world because it allows us to pretend and make believe we are someone else. When was the last time you forgot you were an adult and just played with your child? Research has shown that pretend play is very important for a young child’s development in many […]

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Stranger Danger – 5 Ways To Stay Safe!

Stranger danger is a familiar conversation in my household. We started openly discussing who strangers are and what to do in uncomfortable situations since my children started talking. FREE mp3 of “Stranger Danger song. 1. BE AWARE OF PEOPLE AROUND YOU – When we are out and I see a suspicious loiterer I say, “Kids […]

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Reduce, Reuse & Recycle!

It’s “Zero Waste Day” tomorrow at school. So I have to get creative with two lunches that will have no waste. We will use cloth napkins, reusable tupperware containers and reusable water bottles. The hard part is the food preparation. My son is a very picky eater. No turkey, PB&J or anything that resembles a […]

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