I recently decided to read a much beloved classic - Sleeping Beauty - with my 4 year-old non-native-speaker girl-student:)
We had a lot of fun flipping through the pages and admiring the gorgeous illustrations. The book came equipped with a page full of stickers - this was certainly a nice addition! I would have loved more picture-stickers which would consider the teaching goals of each particular page, but that's just a side-note (ahh, the 'teacher syndrome' kicking in ;).
What am I? Children squeeze me, they cuddle me, love me until I am ragged; They bring me to preschool, tuck me in at night. I am their best friend, well, forever:) The Teddy Bear has got to be everyone's favourite companion throughout childhood. To celebrate their friendship this week the Academicus Team invites you to participate in a wonderful Teddy Bear Tea Party! On Saturday 12th November, starting at (9am finishing at 10:30am), together with your youngsters and their ted
Isn't it incredible? One moment they are the cheekiest creatures on the face of the planet, the next they are making you laugh and smile. Children have superpowers. Thanks to these superpowers it is almost impossible to stay angry at a youngster :)
Their inquisitive eyes, smiley toothless faces, their innocence, sense of wonder, hand motions to "the isty bitsy spider"...the list goes on! We adults are wired to love, protect and teach our little monsters - the tiny little hum