Homemade Watermelon Gelato

Summer is heating up! Cool off with some homemade watermelon gelato

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Friday, January 8, 2010

NUMBER OF THE DAY

You can make learning about numbers fun!

Tell your child: "Today, let's see how many things we can find that are 'two' - today is '2' day!"

Throughout the day, search for things that come in two's.

For Example: "We wear two shoes, we have two eyes, a bicycle has two wheels."

See how many things your three year old can find or create in two's. At mealtimes, help your child group his food in sets of two, and count them as he eats them,
"one, two!"

When walking, count your steps in two's.
"One, two, one, two, one, two.

Help your child learn what the number looks like, by showing him the number on a piece of paper or in a book. Or, write it on the sidewalk with chalk.

Learning the concept of numbers will help your child learn about counting and math!

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