Three to Five: Playful Preschool

It’s finally here! Three to Five: Playful Preschool is launching today. It’s definitely an e-book you want to get your hands on. You’ll find over 25 play-based preschool activities. The ideas are practical, easy to set-up, and fun. You won’t have to make a special trip to the store for supplies nor will these projects cost you an arm and a leg. The projects are amazing and fun! Watch this video and you’ll see:

Three to Five: Playful Preschool is a collaborative project from over 25 top-notch kid bloggers (including yours truly). In addition to the 25+ projects, you will find 10 printables including a city scape play scene, My First Journal pages, recipe card, numbers game, weather chart printables, alphabet play mats, unique hand-drawn art pages, conversation cards, block building challenge cards, and bookmarks. Fun, right? You’ll find math, language, literacy, science, art, and play ideas. For example, in my project, I’ll show you how to make a series of stamps from recycled materials. You can use them again and again to make some beautiful artwork. (It’s the top photo in the collage below!) If you have this book, you’ll have a ready resource for rainy days, snow days, or any day. It’s a must have.

You can buy this book for $8.99 from anywhere in the world. You’ll purchase through Paypal, who will take care of all currency conversions. This is an e-book, so you’ll receive it through digital delivery. You can buy it now, on any device, and then download it when you are ready. Depending on the apps you have installed and your operating system you might be able to go ahead and download the book on your mobile device, but if you have any doubts or problems, I recommend you use a computer to download the book and then share it to your mobile devices.

Are you convinced yet? Sure you are! Click below to purchase your copy.

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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