At Little Sunshine’s Playhouse, one of our favorite things is reading to our students. The look of awe and wonder on a child’s face during an exciting book is so special. Whether it’s the fun, engaging writing or the detailed illustrations, a good book is not only good for the soul, but also for early development. That’s why we also encourage parents to read to their children at home. This
What kid doesn’t love fruit? Here’s a simple summer snack you can make with your children for an afternoon at the lake or pool! Ingredients: One Watermelon (Sliced) Pint of Blueberries Supplies: Star cookie cutter Wooden skewers Instructions: Thread 7-10 blueberries onto the skewers Top skewer with watermelon star Serve and enjoy!
When we were kids, we would always hear our parents tell us to “Eat your breakfast! It’s the most important meal of the day!” But how often did that oh-so-important breakfast wind up being a bowl of sugar-laden cereal or a pop-tart? Finding the time to feed your preschooler a balanced healthy breakfast can be quite the challenge — we get it! But kids need their breakfast to prepare them