Year: 2015

12 Kinds of Toys Do Pre-School Kids REALLY Need

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In my last No Non-cents Nanna post Registered Character Gifts Versus Generic Toys

I promised to continue with a list for kinds of toys pre-school children, aproximately ages 2 to 6 really need.

Below is my very simple list based on decades of experience from working with early childhood developmental teams.

Registered Character Gifts Versus Generic Toys

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‘Tis the season of gift giving when family and friends wonder what gifts will be most appreciated by a pre-Kindergarten child.

The toys and clothes with the more expensive registered characters get the most advertising and most appealing packaging may cause us to be some what confused about what to buy a young child whose mind is set on something FROZEN, for example.

Snowman that Doesn’t Melt: It’s Felt

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Who wants to build a snowman inside where it’s warm?

I’m curious about how many little kids are singing, “Do you Want to Build a Snowman” from Disney’s movie Fozen. I know, our family sings that song over and over whether or not  I wear the snowman suit made of felt that won’t melt.

Felt Dinosuars are Alive and Well: Finger Plays and Games

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Dinosuars names may be so hard to pronouce and spell, unless you are a kid.

Children are inspired to when they play with dinosuar stuff like these  dinosaur skeletons.

This post shares a few simple games and finger plays PLUS Dinosaur DIg Pinterest boards which has the links to over 1,000 dinosaur ideas.

3 Little Felt Kittens, a Bowl of Milk and Mouse

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Can you fill in the blank for the nursery rhyme 3 Little Kittens? 

Three Little Kittens Lost Their _____and they began to cry.

Leave the correct word in the comment section for a Black Friday Blowout Discount code to use on No Non-cents Nanna Shopify store.