One of the things we have loved most about starting this blog is meeting other bloggers who share our passion for creating activities that foster healthy development and learning in kids. One of our favorite new blogger friends is Emma from P is for Preschooler! Her blog features creative preschool activities designed to engage young learners and inspiring posts on other topics related to early childhood.
On her blog, Emma writes, “I’m the mom that lets her kids play with their food, who doesn’t mind (too much) when things take longer because the little ones were ‘helping’, and who always tries to make time to stop on a walk to explore something interesting (puddles, anyone?). I make more mistakes than I would care to admit, but I love my daughter fiercely, and that will never change.” And this is why she’s our friend :)
Today, we’re excited to be guest posting over at P is for Preschooler. We’re sharing a Winter Sensory Motor Learning Group, featuring a well-rounded set of developmentally appropriate activities that foster sensory, motor, language, and social development. Be sure to click on over and check it out!
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