Add a photocopier and photo blocks (trim cards to size and insert in blocks), jumbo foam dice (cut cards out and tape to dice), or even cardboard and packing tape (mount cards on cardboard, cut, and use packing tape to assemble pieces into sturdy die), and you’ve got 30 fun, active learning games for preschoolers or kindergartners. I used these games at least a couple of times a month while teaching preschool and kindergarten, and they were always a hit — so much so, in fact, that I ended up buying digital copies of these books so that when I needed a quick activity, these were just a few keystrokes and a bit of cutting away.
I’ve held on to the print copies of these, despite having digital copies, through two moves. It’s time now, however, to let them find a new home. The copies I’m offering here have my name on the front cover, but are otherwise in excellent used condition with only the lightest of shelf wear.
To enter this drawing, simply comment on this post, telling me about your favorite early childhood resource. It could be a book, a toy, a game — whatever your children have loved and learned from. You may earn extra entries by liking Preschool Years at Home on Facebook, subscribing to our FeedBurner feed, sharing this giveaway on your own blog, or tweeting about it. The contest ends at midnight August 9. Free media mail shipping is to U.S. addresses only.
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