I firmly believe that children learn best through play, so I am thrilled to share the new Learn With Play book! Full of activities for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten aged children, this book features over 150 favorite activities from over 90 kid’s activities bloggers – including yours truly. We have released the book in three different formats so that you can hopefully find one that works perfectly for your family:
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Start playing with your kids today by downloading the eBook version! We are offering the PDF for just $9.95 from July 7-14. So hurry and get your copy at the discounted rate! Click the button below to buy it now.
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Here are a couple of sample pages so you can get an idea of how the book looks. The little circles on the edges of the pages are only available in the paperback book. They code the activity by age level so that you can see quickly which activities will work for your kids.
The activities in this book use easy-to-find materials, are inexpensive, and are activities that your child will enjoy over and over again. They promote critical thinking, problem-solving, and pretend play. Many of the activities are easy enough that a parent can use them to connect with their child at the end of a busy day; others are designed to keep your child busy so that you can get things done around the house!
There are three different book formats available:
I’m a huge fan of paper books for crafts and activities especially (my kids look through them to find ideas), but the Kindle edition and eBook are more affordable, not to mention they won’t take up space on your bookshelf. The PDF eBook is on sale this week only (through July 14th) for $9.95.
Whether you buy the book or not, I hope you take some time today to play with your kids, and to sit and watch them play. Play is a wonderful way for parents to connect with children. I learn so much by playing with and watching my kids play, and when I join in with their play I feel rejuvenated. Take a minute, and relive the joy of childhood!