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Each Activity Guide inlcudes:

  • book recommendations
  • art project ideas with supply lists
  • letter printables
  • printable coloring pages
  • miniature coloring book
  • a link to a Pinterest board with even more ideas from around the web!
  • tips, tricks & ideas from doing this with my own kids!

a is for apples preschool activity guide

Recieve a new letter guide each week- perfect for a simple, play and book-based preschool experience with your little ones. Nothing complicated or difficult. Just some simple, fun, and educational ways for you to connect with your preschooler!

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Hi! I’m Candace- lover of books, mama to two, and creator of this online space. I am a former teacher (both elementary and high school English) and one thing I know from my teaching career is that I love to create curriculum and lesson plans.

My goal is to be a resource for other moms who have full lives and not a lot of time to plan out activities for their preschooler.  {Read More}

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2 comments

  1. Lisa says:

    My grandsons and his mom live with us. Amber (my daughter) want me to home school Ashton ( my 3 year old grandson). I have looking at different ways to teach him but it’s a bit overwhelming. We have bought a few things. Can you tell me what to start with. Maybe how to get and keep his attention on what ever we are working on. I have been thinking about starting for the last 6 months. I am not the most organized person. So any suggestions would be appropriated. Thanks Lisa

    • candacembabcock says:

      Hi Lisa!
      Thanks for stopping by! Three is a hard age to capture attention for very long, but I’ve found that with my son, he likes to be held in my lap when I read to him. I also let him talk about the pictures and ask questions. He really likes books about things he is interested in (dinosaurs, ars, and monster trucks right now!).
      As far as anything outside of reading goes, I mostly engage my kids through play- especially my son. He likes to practice concepts such as counting, colors, alphabet, etc. while playing with his trucks and cars. I do a lot of asking him questions and pretend play. I also use the activty guides as a guide to our day. I start each day with an idea of what I want to do with my kids, based on the activity guide, and let the flow of the day determine what we do when.
      Also, I just want to encourage you that whatever you do, you are engaging and connecting with your grandson, and that is the most important thing! He’s only three, so don’t put too much pressure on yourself. You are a great Grandma!

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