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LEARNING WITH NO BOUNDARIES!

November 21, 2009 by admin  
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Learners Lane is a state of mind – a way of being. When children love learning, when they read well and voraciously, they are not limited by any boundaries. They can go anywhere in the world that they want.

CAN YOU CATCH A LEAF?

November 21, 2009 by admin  
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Fall is so colorful and brisk. Red, purple, and yellow leaves crackle in the wind. Maple seeds become spinning helicopters. Intricate spider webs are everywhere. Go out with your child and find new shades of yellow, red and gold. Nature is an endless textbook of wonder.

CREATE A MUSICIAN – START CLAPPING

November 21, 2009 by admin  
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Learning is a natural part of growing. Clapping teaches rhythm and counting. Singing teaches sounds and words. Walking becomes a march of discovering new in textures, colors and sounds.

GROCERY STORE TREASURE HUNT

November 21, 2009 by admin  
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Imagine the grocery store as a treasure hunt. Children can hunt for letters, colors and numbers. They can count the number of apples in the cart. Better yet, they can help you put 5 apples in the cart. Make it a game.

HOW MANY COLORS DO YOU SEE?

November 21, 2009 by admin  
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How many children do you see? How many different colors? How many different shapes? How many shades of green? Ask your child. They can help you see with new eyes. You can help give them new words.

MUSICAL VOICES

November 21, 2009 by admin  
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Did you ever realize how musical a voice is reading a children’s story? Children do. They will listen to parents read the same story over and over. It is music to their ears. Create music for your child today. Read them a story.

ACT OUT A STORY

November 21, 2009 by admin  
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Kids are natural jumpers, dancers and runners. Find their favorite book and ask them to act it out for you. Let them show you the jumping bunny, or the itsy, bitsy spider climbing, or the mouse looking for cookies. These active stories are great for a rainy day activity.

The Magic of Fountains

November 15, 2009 by admin  
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Suzie and Michelle’s most recent picture of their travels is of the fountain in Central Park in New York City.  There are two things I thought about when I saw this picture.  One is water.  Have you ever thought about how free water is and how much children love water?  They love just putting their [...]