Art & Music
Gryphon House best-selling author Abigail Flesch Connors has been an early childhood education professional for decades, teaching kids to love to sing and spell, combining rhythm activities with math, science and literacy lessons for early learning. For Connors' activities, which easily be adapted into your preschool curriculum, check out her books for kids who love to shake, rattle, and roll!
Rhyming words for kids is a great way to teach them early literacy skills. You can begin practicing rhyming words with toddlers using simple, repetitive nursery rhymes. There's no right or wrong way how to teach rhyming words, but adding a song or chant helps little learners catch on.
Do You Know the Muffin Man?
Get those kids moving with these easy-to-do preschool rhythm instrument activities. Rhythm instrument activities are a great way to welcome spring!
Shake, Rattle, and Roll
Parents are always asking for more art activities for kids that don't take a trip to the craft store for supplies. Arts activities don't have to be a pain to set up - or clean up. Whether you are looking for preschool art activities or arts and crafts for kids older than preschool, we have three books that will help unlock the artist in your child.
Early childhood educators explain the benefits of teaching music and art activities for preschoolers, music and art activities for infants and music and art activities for toddlers.Early childhood educators explain the benefits of teaching music and art activities for preschoolers, music and art activities for infants and music and art activities for toddlers.