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The world has changed in the post-Covid era, impacting the way we approach schooling and play gatherings. Many of us have experienced this shift in different ways, and for me, it brought back memories of a parent-led preschool program I was part of years ago when my daughter was just a little one. Fast forward, and she’s now 17 years old, but the nostalgic days of our ‘Pod’ are still fresh in my mind.

Before ‘Pods’ became the trend, our parent group operated as a family collective to share childcare responsibilities and reduce the risk of infection. During the pandemic, we all became part of these ‘Pods,’ forming close-knit groups that provided safety and a sense of togetherness.

Whether you’re a seasoned homeschooler or a parent just looking to spice up playdates, keeping the kiddos engaged is always a great idea. One such occasion is Valentine’s Day, a day of love and affection. It’s a wonderful opportunity to celebrate love, or better yet, teach our children that expressing love is something we can do every day.

Valentine’s Day Lesson Plan for Preschoolers:

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