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My First School: 30+ Weekly Thematic Lesson Plans for 12-24 months

Original price was: $297.00.Current price is: $97.00.

THE EASIEST WAY TO LEARN. Want a more structured playtime to teach through play? Follow this easy weekly guide with over 12 units, over 30 weekly lessons plus fun color, counting, and holiday activities to do with your one-year-old.

It included easy-to-follow instructions and over 170 color pages for activities that are ready to use!

All games are quick to set up, most are messy-free and full of fun!

 

Areas of Development:

  • Language Development
  • Cognitive Development
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Gross Motor Skills
  • Sensory/Art
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Description

 

This curriculum is designed for one-year-olds to practice pre-K readiness concepts through fun games and activities to play at home.

Are you teaching them enough? Are you presenting suitable activities?

Follow this learning curriculum and become confident while understanding precisely where your child is and what else you can teach them this year.

As featured on PBS Kids

I have done the research, I have taken the training that teachers do to master PLAY in their daycares and classrooms, and I have adopted those to homeschool environments.

I am certified in Montessori nature; I have studied the Reggio approach and combined the best learning through play pedagogy and research to create the perfect at-home learning system.

My approach to nature activities have been featured in Kid Vision for PBS KIDS!

This curriculum system has been tested and approved by many other parents. I tried every idea in my sensory classes dedicated to one-year-olds and kept only the best ones – true and tried – for you! 

I saw what worked and what didn’t; the result was this simple  system you can now implement at home. 

AREAS OF DEVELOPMENT

Language Development

Get activities to gain vocabulary, learn to talk, and everything related to speech development

Cognitive Development

Get activities to boost critical thinking, cause, and effect such as sorting, counting, and problem-solving.

Fine Motor Skills

Get activities to encourage eye-hand coordination, per-writing skills, and small hand and finger movements

Sensory Play

Present activities that allow your child to explore textures through fun activities using our favorite sensory recipes

WHAT’S INSIDE

Follow our simple system, backed by science, and approved by parents and educators.  and now you can care for your home and kid without feeling guilty.

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Digital Dowload (PDF), Printed Booklet

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