Much to my delighted surprise, this post is proving to be a great resource on many different levels! Originally, I was simply posting as an educational tool or positive entertainment resource.
By the way…I just updated our Resource Corner with tons of DVD titles and websites for Travel, Education and Parenting – check it out. And please send me info on your most beloved resources (websites, DVDs, articles, books, photos, anything!). I’ll post them in our Resource Corner for all to love and enjoy!
A huge thank you for sharing these ideas, loyal Followers!! The ways you’re using this post are far exceeding my original expectations! 🙂
Here are some positive ways other Readers have already been putting this post to use:
“I’ve been struggling with how to entertain the 4-year-old while his 9-year-old sister is at music or karate lessons. Done. Thanks, Amy!”
“I love your You Tube playlist for teaching our son about letters, sounds and Science stuff. Thanks for posting this, Amy! Now, when can we expect more?”
“OMG…Lifesaver! We were out to dinner as a family, and I pulled up this post to entertain our 2-year-old for that last 15 minutes between finishing, paying the bill and leaving. Love that I can pull this up on my phone rather than haul a million toys with me wherever I go. Nice!”
They Might Be Giants – Nonagon
Little Mermaids #1 and #2 request TMBG by name nowadays. Hubby and I think it’s cool they were one of our favorite bands in high school, yet they continue to propagate musical genius – and they’re spreading it for kids’ benefit! Dig it.
Sesame Street – Elmo and Zoey’s Opposites
Here’s my Beloved Atmosphere “educational videos” Playlist on You Tube. It has some of our family’s most favorite educational videos from They Might Be Giants and Sesame Street.
If you click on this link, it’ll take you to Sesame Street’s page on You Tube where you can Subscribe to the Sesame Street Channel.
Have fun singing and learning with your kids!
Please be sure to share your most favorite educational videos and links in Comments. We’d love to hear what you have to share – I’ll be sure to add your suggestions to our Resource Corner, too! 🙂