Nana’s Corner

Educational and fun activities for children

Whether you are a teacher, parent or grandparent, educating our children has always been a priority. Finding creative and  engaging ways to make it fun has always been a challenge for us all. After all, how do you keep your child’s attention in today’s instant and interactive world whether at home or in the classroom?

As a mother, grandmother and recently retired teacher, I too find it to be challenging and over the years I have learned a thing or two. Here, at Nana’s Corner, is where I share my experiences, tips and tricks with you so you can share with your children and students.

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