Ten Apples Up on Top Fine Motor Activity

Ten Apples Up on Top by Dr. Seuss Fine Motor Activity

  Our boys recently re-discovered the book Ten Apples Up on Top, as it had been misplaced for a couple years now!  While reading it to them, I was reminded of when we made our own Ten Apples Up on Top model using an oatmeal can and an egg carton several years ago.  It was one of Big Brother’s favorite […]

Free Printable Math Pack for Preschoolers

This free printable math pack for preschoolers is a great way to practice sorting, graphing and patterns!

Post by Contributing Writer Kim of Life Over C’s   I am always looking for concrete ways to reinforce concepts with my special needs preschooler. She doesn’t understand counting unless she has something to count, has trouble with colors unless she can compare them, along with the many other math concepts that are used in […]

Counting Sun Spots Busy Bag

Counting Sun Spots Busy Bag

  We combined a busy bag idea and a little learning about outer space into this fun activity.  The child will count the sun spots on the sun and match them to the corresponding numeral found on the clothespin sun rays.  This counting sun spots busy bag is great for number recognition and one-to-one correspondence. […]

Simple Balloon-Shaped Homemade Matching Games


  Guest Post by Jen of Mama.Papa.Bubba.   As a mama who loves to prepare engaging activities for my little one to discover and explore, I often find that the simplest, easiest to create ones are the most loved (and that suits me just fine!) This homemade matching game is no exception. I’m not sure […]

Number Detectives


Guest Post by Katie of Gift of Curiosity I’m Katie, mom to a four-year-old boy and a three-year-old girl. I’m so excited to be guest posting at I Can Teach My Child today in order to share a fun number learning game I call “Number Detectives.” QBoy has been really interested in numbers lately. He […]