Fine Motor Skills Development You can buy this set of beads and string in the craft section of your preferred store. These beads are mostly used to make necklaces and bracelets, however,  I found them handy while I was searching for fine motor skills developmental accessories for my preschooler.  This is really easy to do, just make a knot at the end of the string with a bead, and this will hold the rest of the beads of not falling down. How children can develop their fine motor skills? Holding small items, writing, and cutting with...

When will flu activity begin and when will it peak? There is a concern about diseases like ebola and chikungunya, however, every year the Flu Season (Seasonal Influenza) strikes the United States with reports 9,632 laboratory-confirmed influenza-associated hospitalizations that have been reported since October 1, 2013, this according to Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. On the other hand, since the flu season can be unpredictable, most campaigns of Flu vaccinations starts as early as October.  People at Risk of Developing...

Join The Mighty Fight: Today Busy Mom Monologues™ it’s honored to sponsor Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation Meet Kayli our sponsored hero. Kayli was diagnose when she was 8 years old. In September 2012 Kayli’s cancer came back for the fourth time as stage 4. Kayli it’s almost 19 years old, and she has battle her disease for over 10 years now, furthermore, Busy Mom Monologues™ it’s actively working in this fundraiser and wants you to be part of The mighty Fight. But first I would like to learn more about...

Numbers Worksheets for Preschool Working with numbers just got easier! Teach your child how to count and the numbers with this awesome worksheets. I prepared this worksheets to practice the numbers with my child, and he liked very much. You can download the worksheets and work with them directly or you can make a handbook with them. I did the handbook to keep it for future activities. You can decorate your handbook and make it fun to work with it! You can download the worksheets here Counting 1-10. Feeling more creative? Well, I also...

DIY Door Hangers Getting tired of your children leaving the faucet open, or leaving the lights on?  You can make this great door hangers reminders, and never worry again, or at least remind your children to close the faucet or turn off the lights. Materials: 1 Cereal Box Acrylic Paint 1 Black Marker 1 cup First cut the two sides of the cereal box, then draw one circle and one rectangle get the template here Door Hanger Template. Once you have completed the door hanger shape let your imagination run and draw the light bulb or faucet....

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