December is here, and you’re wondering how to keep your children entertained AND learning during the winter break. Maybe you’re worried that your kids are going to bicker and complain about being bored while you’re trying to keep your small business and/or household running.
If you’re anything like me, you love spending time with your children. But sometimes, between the rush of work, home, and all those other items on our to-do list, “life” gets in the way.
As a former classroom teacher and homeschooling mom, I understand! I can cut through the overwhelm (so many ideas on Pinterest!) and help you target your child’s next skills with a variety of simple and fun, hands-on learning activities. With just one click of the button, you can have our December Activity Guide emailed to you, with recommended books for your next library trip AND a master list of materials (most items are already in your house!).
Our activity guide is for busy families with children ages 2-6. It includes 40 Christmas tree activities, including fine motor, art projects, and sensory experiences. You also get exclusive access to our private Facebook group, where we have LIVE Q&A events and a fun storybook experience!
Whether your child does homeschool or attends preschool out of the home, this must-have parenting resource will equip you to be intentional and fully present (and make learning fun!) throughout the month of December.
Join The Play School Club today!
Sign up NOW for just $67 for the entire year and get these Christmas tree activities FREE!
You can also join us for an affordable $10/month.
By joining The Play School Club, you get access to:
- our seasonal activity guides, filled with hands-on learning ideas for your toddlers, preschoolers, and primary grade students.
- a trained teacher who can who loves helping parents prepare their kiddos for Kindergarten in a fun way!
- other moms, who can understand, encourage, and support you through the hardest moments of parenting.
You also get a chance to nourish your own growth, through trainings, book club discussions and mini-classes about flexible family schedules, age-appropriate learning, and more.