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Peek A Boo

Importance of Play

PLAY
Blanket Fort
Bubbles
Cardboard Boxes
Catching Bugs
Chasing Lizards
Climbing Trees
Collections
The Creek
Dominoes
Flashlights
Follow the Leader
Hand Clapping Games
Hand Stacking
Hide & Seek
Hopscotch
Hotwheels & Matchbox cars
Jar of Buttons
Jumping Rope
Kites
Knock Knock Jokes
Light Switches
Lighting Matches
Marbles
Paperclip Chains
The Park
Pat-A-Cake
Peek-A-Boo
Playdough
Mud and Puddles
Playing Cards
Playing Catch with Dad
Pointy Sticks
Pots and Pans
Riddles
Sandbox
Singing Games
Stickers
String & Rope
Stick Fighting
Trading Cards
Walking on the Curb
Peek A Boo introduces children to the sociable world of getting along with other people as an active participant. They'll learn how to take turns, leading to better conversational skills later. They'll learn that people can be gone, and come back safely, and how to wait for something to happen. There are few things that will serve your child better than understanding how to wait -- the basic concepts needed for saving money, planning for retirement, and finishing college all start with Peek A Boo.

  • TAKING TURNS - some words about cooperating
  • PATIENCE - some words about being/feeling brave

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Character Education

LEARN
Respect
Courtesy
Gentleness
Kindness
Cooperation
Empathy
Initiative
Resourcefulness
Determination
Courage
Independence
Making Decisions
Solving Problems
Creativity
Patience
Delayed Gratification
Planning
Organization
Social Skills
Self-Control
Taking Turns
Following Directions
Names of Letters
Sounds of Letters
Figure / Ground
Left - to - Right
Top - to - Bottom
Prepositions
Large Motor Skills
Fine Motor Skills
Memory and Memorization
Scissor Skills
Writing Skills
Names of Numbers
Counting Numbers
Place Value
Add & Subtract
Multiply & Divide
Patterns
Size
Shapes
Colors
Sorting
Money and Finance