La La Logic takes a different spin to Preschool Curriculum that helps your child develop underlying cognitive functions involved in acquiring, understanding, and utilizing knowledge. Critical thinking and problem solving skills that are nurtured through this fun and engaging program are the building blocks for learning.
I don’t know about you but I am really picky about my shower curtain liners. Our bathroom in the place that we rent does not have proper ventilation so that leaves things to collect mold and mildew easier. When I came across the review for the Clear Shower Curtain Liner it had come at the perfect time as I was searching for a new one.
Welcome to my first post of Confessions of a Real Mom Who is Raising Autistic Kids. I thought I would write a series of weekly posts to give you a glimpse into what our weeks are like. Believe me some of them are not very pretty. I am not going to sugar coat anything. In fact maybe some of you who are raising special needs children can identify with some of the feelings and things I am going through.
Do your kids like art but you just don’t know how to put something together for them? Check out ARTistic Pursuits for grades K – 12. We had the chance to review Early Elementary K – 3, Book 2: Stories of Artists and Their Art. The projects in this book relates to watercolor painting, print making, and mixed media.
The time period in this book is 13th century late Gothic to the 18th century. Students learn about artists and their work through stories and then proceed onto a project that is related to a story. Some of the artists in this book are Giotto, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Turner.