Wednesday, July 12, 2017

SUMMER FUN

SUMMER & Fall, FUN
WITH MATH, WORDS,

SHAPES AND COLORS

WORDS AND GAMES ACTIVITY BOOK Series - Preschool to Kindergarten
  A pre-reading - early skills learning fun Book 
 Take Your Time and Have Fun, Fun, and More Fun!





Now available in Print       

A children’s activity book Available Now!
Age range: Pre-School to Kindergarten [3 -6 year- old]
Purpose: Educational learning word building skills and fun games,
Colors shapes, and much more

Locations: Amazon and
                   in mid-July at Barnes and Noble




These mini-workbooks series specifically designed to enhance skills for early reading and math. Each book has colorful theme and through reinforcement helps prepare your child for school. With basic core understanding of literacy skills and a good source practice aids for the Toddler to Kindergarten.

Is your child/children ready to start school this fall? Start now preparing to “Ensure your child is up to speed before schools begins”
Basic tools and skills to grow, develop, and enhance learning.

So what are you waiting for!   SUMMER TIME- FUN TIMEAutumn time, high time for more time to:  LEARN and GROW!










.99¢ limited time

ON SALE 

 July 15 to July 22


  WORDS AND GAMES ACTIVITY BOOK SERIES
Learn and Grow






Summer Activity book for children will help Pre-School and Kindergarten children to learn easily and practical MATH, WORDS, SHAPES AND COLORS.

E-book Series 1


Price ranges from:   .99¢ - $3.99

ON Sale  July 15 through July 22, 2017








SUMMER LEARNING SHEETS









Monday, July 10, 2017

Summertime – Fun time

Summertime brings with it lazy days, farmers market, splash in the water, fun reading adventures, barbecues, and outings along with plenty of sunshine and more!


What blooms in July?
July flowers that bloom -  a small partial list:

Sunflowers 


Iris   



Lilies     





Gardenias    





What fruits are in season in July?

Fruits 

Watermelon,

       Strawberries, 



Blueberries,

                      

Raspberries, 



Cantaloupe,


         


                 Peaches, 




                          Kiwi, 







Apricots,  






What veggies/ vegetables are in season in July?


Cucumbers,

Tomatoes,  
Corn,     
 Green beans,
                 Summer squash,
            Lettuce, 




















What fruits and veggies do you like?










Summertime – Fun time



























Sunday, July 2, 2017

FIREWORKS - HAPPY 4th of JULY




Fireworks Safety Month (June 1-July 4)

To educate those using fireworks on the dangers and injuries that can result from careless behavior.
Be careful- Be safe!


June 1 until July 4th marks the beginning of

National Fireworks Safety Month

Use Fireworks Responsibly to Avoid Injury

When using fireworks, it always necessary to be cautious, because of the severity of the injuries they can cause.
Burns on the hand are the most common, because the hand is always closest to them. These injuries can range from minor burns, to blisters, to severe burns that cause excessive damage to the skin. Hand injuries can also include cuts, broken bones, torn tendons, and in the worst possible occurrence, amputation. These injuries are the result of standing too close when a firework explodes, or trying to hold onto them as they are lit.
Eye and face injuries are also common, because of the particles that fly through the air after one has exploded. Hearing loss is also suffered by some users, due to the loud bang when the fireworks explode. Sometimes this is only temporary, but it can be permanent, and is caused by standing too close when the firework detonates.
When using fireworks, it is best to follow a few simple rules to keep everyone safe from harm.  Be sure to read and follow all directions before using them.
·         Children should never be allowed to handle fireworks.
·         When lighting fireworks, put on safety glasses to protect the eyes.
·         Only use fireworks outside in an open area.
·         Keep a bucket of water nearby at all times to soak duds with, and do not try to relight them.
·         Don’t light fireworks in any type of container, and never carry them in a pocket, because the friction of movement can cause them to light.
·         Keep a first aid kit handy, and if serious injury is suffered, seek medical attention.
Perhaps most important, never mix alcohol and fireworks.














Have fun and be safe!

Thursday, June 29, 2017

June events: FIREWORKS and PRIDE MONTH

Guest blogger

TALKING ABOUT DIFFERENCES PRIDE MONTH KIDS

INTRODUCTION
A child is a child, informal, and is also a child. Sometimes the world of the child means a kind of soft leather goat leather. "I think it is very important that the children see in the literature. You deserve this indescribable feeling when you have a book and you really speak when you think you are not alone. "Same-sex parent children deserve to know that their family is like any other family. Pride Month is the global event that cities and communities around the world will celebrate the pride of. These events were celebrating the progress that has been made and still being made by and for people, we are proud to celebrate the month of June. In recognition Pride Month, Toronto Public Library offers a variety of programs for all pride. It is no secret that the parents do not always let go. In view of the very real risks associated with the task, especially for young people from the village, there is something more exciting to see the parents support their children. And last weekend, people were found to be local pride, there was no shortage of parents, proud of the most in the mix. Many parents visited parades and pride events with their children.


STAGELINE FOR CHILDREN IN AGE FOR PRIDE MONTH KIDS

Baby: 0-12 months
Toddler: 1-3 years
Preschool: 3-5 years
Degree: 5-12
Teens: 12-18 years.

Young adults: 18-21 years


CELEBRATE CHILDREN PRIDE MONTH

Always on the discussion: the opportunity to talk your children about these topics in a certain objective and reasonable manner, no matter what you personally are a sign of great child rearing. Even if you have religious objections to various aspects of this world and the laws surrounding it, have an honest conversation, open and non-inflammatory to ask questions a long way to understanding their children as adults to increase the understanding of the world.
Use a rainbow with solidarity and pride: Whatever your connection to the community, this is the month of a rainbow to use with pride. Finally, everyone earns the same rights and the same people and shows support for a marginalized community and their right to life, freedom and the pursuit of happiness is the most positive thing you can do.


INDIVIDUAL AND DIFFERENCES KNOW HOW TO REACT WHEN A CHILD HARD 

QUESTIONS
Your children have questions - and do not be surprised 

•    Why are there so many languages in the world?
Tell your child thousands of years, people from different communities around the world have invented their own words to describe their lives, so today people from the same region tend to speak the same language and some do not. The language also evolves over time: our own so much has changed that if you hear someone speak English 500 years ago it was said, difficulties would understand what he said.

•    Why did sick people receive?
Tell your child is usually because of the germ. These little creatures can find their way into our bodies through the air we breathe, and the things we eat or when we touch the mouth or eyes with unwashed hands. Most of the time, germs do not affect us, but sometimes the body cannot fight - and that is when we get sick. Occasionally, people also get sick because the body does not work properly, but cannot catch these diseases. Fortunately, in most cases, rest and medicine can help your body heal.


Thank you so much for sharing. I hope our visitors would like and leave comments.
Also have open discussions with children it helps them to “LEARN and GROW!”



Fireworks Safety Month (June 1-July 4)

To educate those using fireworks on the dangers and injuries that can result from careless behavior.
Be careful- Be safe!


National Fireworks Safety Month


Use Fireworks Responsibly to Avoid Injury

When using fireworks, it always necessary to be cautious, because of the severity of the injuries they can cause.
Burns on the hand are the most common, because the hand is always closest to them. These injuries can range from minor burns, to blisters, to severe burns that cause excessive damage to the skin. Hand injuries can also include cuts, broken bones, torn tendons, and in the worst possible occurrence, amputation. These injuries are the result of standing too close when a firework explodes, or trying to hold onto them as they are lit.
Eye and face injuries are also common, because of the particles that fly through the air after one has exploded. Hearing loss is also suffered by some users, due to the loud bang when the fireworks explode. Sometimes this is only temporary, but it can be permanent, and is caused by standing too close when the firework detonates.
When using fireworks, it is best to follow a few simple rules to keep everyone safe from harm.  Be sure to read and follow all directions before using them.
·         Children should never be allowed to handle fireworks.
·         When lighting fireworks, put on safety glasses to protect the eyes.
·         Only use fireworks outside in an open area.
·         Keep a bucket of water nearby at all times to soak duds with, and do not try to relight them.
·         Don’t light fireworks in any type of container, and never carry them in a pocket, because the friction of movement can cause them to light.
·         Keep a first aid kit handy, and if serious injury is suffered, seek medical attention.
Perhaps most important, never mix alcohol and fireworks.