Summary: In this book, a group of hungry travelers enter a town with nothing but an empty pot.
The villagers are unwilling to share any of their food. The travelers fill the pot with water and a
stone. The curious villagers ask what they are making and they tell the villagers they are making stone soup, but need a few more ingredients. Each of the villagers are willing to spare small amounts of their vegetables, and in the end t...
Get your children to use lots of descriptive words while making their Valentine’s cards this year. Have your child decorate her cards with heart stickers, candy hearts, and glitter. As she is designing her cards, ask her questions about what they are going to look like, so that she can describe them to you. After she makes two cards, have her tell you what is different about the cards… this gives her ad...
Involving your children in fun chores is an important step in developing responsible and independent behavior. Your children also build great self-esteem when they accomplish a task and have your praise. Here are three chores your children can do on their own or with the help of a parent.
1. Pick up their toys
2. Make their bed
3. Feed the pets