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Read and write about monsters: Special Edition for Halloween

Halloween is not a new holiday. People have been celebrating Halloween for 2000 years now. Nowadays, children dress up as their favorite monsters but in the medieval times, older people also used to dress up and instead of candies, they used to ask for money! In modern times, as the month of October begins, people start decorating their front yards with Halloween decorations. Fake tombstones, lit-up pumpkins, and other scary decorations become a common sight. This celebration is not just restricted to Europe and North America. It is now becoming quite common to have costume parties on Halloween in other countries too. Since children love to dress up for Halloween, I felt that reading and writing about their favorite monsters may just be the very thing to make the learning process fun. So, download the PDF for the five monsters and let your children enjoy their English lesson today. Download PDF Please like my Facebook page and Instagram page for more educational resources and tips. Fac

Preschool Worksheets for Position, Sequence and Symbols

Structured learning is not important for children less than 3 years of age. It is the time to just play with colourful blocks or other toys that stimulate imagination . This playing time will teach the children many things: colours, size, balance, shapes, and much, much more. Some cute coloring pages with crayons will lay the foundation for their future pencil grip 😊. However, you should contribute in this learning process by playing with them and asking questions. Children are naturally curious and most of the time, they will be the ones asking questions but you should also query them about colours and shapes. Once the children can hold a crayon, give them some beginning level worksheets such as matching worksheets that I published some time ago for developing their analytical and logical thinking. You can have a look at them here . Now, the most important thing is that don't force your children to do any worksheet at this age. You can even do these worksheets orally by askin

Layers of the Earth

Printable layers of the Earth Infographic with worksheets. Source: NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Download link for high-quality PDF given below: Download PDF Crafting Idea: Make a playdough model of the Earth with all layers. Roll a sma ll playdough ball for the inner core. Cover this with multiple layers for the outer core, mantle, and crust. Make the last layer blue and put green patches for land. You can even put some white on top and bottom for the North and South Pole. Take pictures of the Earth model. Now, cut your beautiful Earth model with floss/thread. Do not use a knife otherwise the cut will not be clean . Take pictures again with your happy, excited children! While making the model with your children, keep on repeating the names of the layers and do tell them the amazing facts about Earth's layers. Make learning fun! Please like my Facebook page and Instagram page for more educational resources and tips. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Obsidia

Preschool Matching Games for building Logical Thinking

Besides tracing and developing a correct grip for writing, another important skill that preschoolers need to develop is analytical thinking. They need to be able to recognize different shapes and associate them with similar shapes. They should be able to match similarly colored things. This is the basis of analytical thinking and is an essential precursor to solving logic puzzles and even coding/ programming. I have compiled these 10 worksheets that will surely fascinate your children and keep them busy while also building their analytical thinking. This is part 1 of my logic games series. It has beginning level matching games and can be done easily by 2.5 yrs to 3 yrs old children. As computer programming and analytical thinking are very close to my heart, I plan to make more interesting worksheets that will slowly and steadily advance and will teach important skills such as patterns, counting, the concept of positions, etc. that will open up and sharpen the children's minds and

Learn Fruits in Hindi

Hindi is a very important language as it is spoken by almost 425 million people. However, with the advent of Youtube, children spend most of their time watching videos on it. Most of the content on Youtube and even TV channels is in English; hence, children are learning English faster than their mother tongues like Hindi. We have to make the learning of these languages more entertaining to fascinate the young minds of today. I have designed these cute, colorful fruit flash cards that are 2 in 1. They have the fruit names written in both English and Hindi to help the children in associating the two languages.  Have fun while using these vibrant cards to fascinate and teach your children. Cut  ✂️ chart paper or recycled cardboard in A4 size. Print  🖨️ the fruit names flash cards on A4 size papers. Paste the printed copy on the cut chart paper and then, cut each individual flash card around the dotted line. You will have store-bought quality flash cards 😊! You can also make them waterpr

Learn Fruits in Urdu

Urdu is an important language as it is spoken by almost 100 million people. It is the national language of Pakistan. However, with the advent of Youtube, children spend most of their time watching videos on it. Most of the content on Youtube and even TV channels is in English; hence, children are learning English faster than their mother tongues like Urdu. We have to make the learning of these languages more entertaining to fascinate the young minds of today. I have designed these cute, colorful fruit flash cards that are 2 in 1. They have the fruit names written in both English and Urdu to help the children in associating the two languages.  Have fun while using these vibrant cards to fascinate and teach your children. Cut  ✂️ chart paper or recycled cardboard in A4 size. Print  🖨️ the fruit names flash cards on A4 size papers. Paste the printed copy on the cut chart paper and then, cut each individual flash card around the dotted line. You will have store-bought quality flash cards

Learn Fruits in Arabic

Arabic is a very important language as it is spoken by almost 422 million people. Also, Arabic is the language of the Quran so many non-Arabic Muslims also want their children to learn Arabic so that they are able to understand the Quran without depending on a translation.  It is better to start early with children as young minds are more conducive to learning new languages. Use these brightly colored flash cards for learning fruits names in Arabic. These are 2in1 cards and can be used for associating English fruits names with their Arabic counterparts.  Have fun while using these vibrant cards to fascinate and teach your children. Cut  ✂️ chart paper or recycled cardboard in A4 size. Print  🖨️ the fruit names flash cards on A4 size papers. Paste the printed copy on the cut chart paper and then, cut each individual flash card around the dotted line. You will have store-bought quality flash cards 😊! You can also make them waterproof by covering them with transparent tape on both sides

Flash Cards for Fruit Names

When children are old enough to speak clearly (2-3 yrs), they want to know the names of things around them. These young minds are very conducive for learning new things and it is the best time to increase their vocabulary.  Flash cards are the best way of teaching the names of everyday objects such as fruits, vegetables, colors, etc as they are small, concise and usually colorful enough to fascinate young children. I have designed these colorful, bright names of fruits flash cards for young minds to make their learning fun. They will be excited to see these vibrant, attractive cards with the  cute pictures of fruits and will give you no trouble in learning the names of the fruits. Cut  ✂️ chart paper or recycled cardboard in A4 size. Print  🖨️ the fruit names flash cards on A4 size papers. Paste the printed copy on the cut chart paper and then, cut each individual flash card around the dotted line. You will have store-bought quality flash cards 😊! You can also make them waterproof by