3. TENT TIME – Tent time can include a ton of different activities. You can make a tent from either blankets thrown over a table or purchase one. Then your child will feel like they have their own space. They can spread out their books, toys, use their stickers for numbers and alphabet practice, etc.
4. PUZZLES -There are tons of educational puzzles and workbooks that you can purchase if you don’t have any. Puzzles and workbooks help your child in a variety of ways! I’m amazed at the different puzzles that are available to purchase!
5. TABLETS – Tablets are so popular! There are tons of awesome educational apps out there! This is a great website that suggests different educational apps: https://www.educationalappstore.com/app-lists/best-preschool-apps
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6. WRITING – It’s a great time to practice writing and there are many ways to prepare writing activities that will keep your child focused and busy for hours. You can just have your child read a certain amount of pages and then write a summary of what they read. You can also have a list of writing topics that your child can suggest! This website has tons of ideas!
7. JIGSAW PUZZLES – In addition to other puzzles, there are tons of jigsaw puzzles that your child will surely love!
8. EPIC EBOOKS – Epic Ebooks are wonderful ebooks for kids age 4 to age 12! I LOVE these ebooks and use them at school. There are fiction and nonfiction books that the kids love and you can keep track of what books your child has read!! Read for 30 days free!!
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