Yipppeee! We’re half way there! Thank you for every one that has joined us on this 12-day journey, filled with lots of activities and learning.
It’s been fun watching Serena do the printables (or at least practice things like tracing and cutting). But this daily blog post has also been a learning experience for me. It’s required me to be diligent with my posting, hyper-vigilant of my grammar, and more interactive with my readers on Instagram and Facebook. It’s soooo nice to get emails and Instagram messages from you all, showing me pictures of your kids doing the activities. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart!
Anyway, enough sappy stuff! Today’s free printable can be found here and it focuses on recollection. Did you know that memory is a learned skill? You can practice by playing games such as card games, Simon Says, Telephone, and even dancing. All of these are beneficial when adding lots of visual cues.
Practicing memory and recall with kids in preschool will help them become better spellers and readers later on in life. It also helps with visuospatial development in young kids, helping them with things like balance and direction.
I hope that today’s free printable will help your kids with recollection. Keep sending me pictures!
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