Acting Class Review

In the spring, my daughter has acting class. My hope is that the class encourages her self confidence and to speak her mind even if she feels silly. Also, improving her problem solving and creativity skills along the way. Maybe she will become a great leader one day.


Magical Door


This is the first time both my girls took the same class. My oldest daughter has taken classes at Seattle Children’s Theater and Redmond Academy of Theatre Arts.

There are similarities and differences between the two classes but she had fun at both locations which is the most important thing.

Similarities:

  • Both locations exercise my daughter’s imagination.
  • The Magical Door is the last activity at both schools (Pictured above at Redmond Academy of Theatre Arts).
  • Expanding their vocabulary with Theater terms.

Difference:

    Seattle Children Theatre has different classes for specific age groups.
    Redmond Academy of Theatre Arts has a age range, preschool 2-5 years old then 5-8 years old and so on.
    I love the Storytime Drama class at SCT. Kids read a story then act it out. They also color in each class.
    At Redmond Academy of Theatre Arts, teaches different dancing techniques and terms.

Both great schools for different reasons just depends on what you are looking for.

(Magic Door at Seattle Children Theater.)

ABC Puzzle

I once heard if you do activities with your children that you love, your children will have a joyful memory of the activity as an adult. I’m not sure why I love these ABC wooden puzzles but we can play with them everyday.


Melissa and Doug Toy Review


Melissa & Doug Self-Correcting Letter Puzzles is a wonderful toy to start to learn about letter sounds. We start by mixing up the tiles then I grab a letter and ask my toddler to find the matching picture. For example, Butterfly goes with B and so on and so forth.

Only matching letter and picture puzzle pieces fit together. Letter pieces feature both capital and lowercase while picture pieces labeled each image with the word below it.

My toddler was so proud when she found matches. Well, I was proud of her too.

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