Showing posts from January, 2017

The Creative Campus Weekly Training Series! Week 2 (Free Resources)

Welcome Back Everyone! 

I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I have a NEW  "Free" Weekly Training for you. This year I am sharing Tips, Tools, Activities  for "Using Invitations To Learn, Grow and Build New Skills as we Play".!store/creative-curriculum-weekly-training-series-listening-skills-week-2/

If you enjoy this weeks training and would like more activities. I am offering you a FREE " Creative Content Creator Call".
I will create 5 personalized activities for you, to help you build each weeks skill as you play and learn.

If you have any questions or are looking for specific activities, tips or tools. Join our Fb group and you will have access to other moms and caregivers and their ideas.

Have a wonderful week! 

Your Creativity Producer and Professional M…

From The Desk Of Your Creative Content Creator (Transportation)

Theme:  Transportation
Tip: Use Child Directed Stories and Engage the kids in creating their own city.
Tip: Get kids to think about the kids of art supplies they could use to create Boats, Planes or Cars

Tip: Eye Hand Coordination and Matching. Create a memory game of different car parts. Matching the correct parts to their car.
What are you working on? What do you need? What are your goals? Join Us and Let Us Help You Learn Through Play!  
OR   Make Me Your  Personal Creative Content Creator! ( 30 Minute FREE call! ) Top 10 Favorites Shape Vehicles Can you make it go? Build Cars, Planes, Boats from recyclables Show me how it moves ( movement ) Move From  Place to place ( child directed stories using transportation) What Does it Need to get from place to place ( Tracks, Roads, Water) build each one and test it out. Then match each vehicle with its chosen pathway What …

Free Weekly Training Series WEEK ONE Link!

Good Afternoon!

Tool For The Day!

Today I want to give you a tool that I like to use to bring stories/books OFF the page. Using stories and books to help your kids or students learn other skills is a great way to get kids Engaged in learning.
Loose Parts Story Telling is a great way to bring different areas of learning together.

A great example of this is: In your science area set out sand, water, and even grass. Offer plastic bugs and animals. Get kids talking about the differences of the animals and bugs. Talk about where they live, What they eat, How they get around.

Kids love engaging learning. Getting the kids involved and exploring learning, instead of just listening to an adult talk will support them remembering what they learn.

If your looking for a FREE resource for Tips, Tools and Activities to help your Children and Students Learn and Build New Skills as they Play! Check Out My Weekly Training Series.…/creative-curriculum-weekly-traini…/…

Are You Ready To Play, Learn and Grow With Us through 2017? ( Free Training Series Now Open)

I have an exciting surprise for you going into the New Year! 

that's right. I have compiled my favorite activities and turned them into a book that you can use to learn a New Skill each week of the new year! I give tips, tools and of course an activity for each day of the week. I know you will enjoy this book as much as I have enjoyed writing it.

The great thing about this book is that you can use these activities over and over. You can swap out the themes or the learning tools you use while keeping the goal and structure of the activity. That was the inspiration behind this book. I wanted to give you my favorite activities, but put them together in a way that they could be used over and over again with different themes, and outcomes.If you want to get on the list to get a copy of this book BEFORE it comes out on January 1st! you can add your name and information to the list Here:…