Q: What is a PDF file, and how can I open and read it?
A: PDF is short for Portable Document Format, which was designed by Adobe Systems Incorporated. They offer the Adobe Reader software free of charge for PCs, Macs, Linux and Solaris computers, and others. Our issues of the Teaching Tots Rolled-out Curriculum can be read with any Adobe Reader version 6 and above. You can also print all or some of the pages, but you cannot copy the contents.
Q: Why is the Teaching Tots email address shown as an image?
A: We don't want spammer robots to read our email address and swamp us with spam. We're sorry, but this means you'll have to type in our email address to email us.
Q: Why do we use four layers of tissue paper for the castle wall, when building the Clouds of Colour Kingdom activity?
A: They make a pleasant sound as you walk by. If a Tot rips one there are more underneath. They look richer, more solid and castle-like than just one layer with your Activity Wall showing through it.
Q: What does "using my cover" mean?
A: Cough or sneeze into your elbow. Then your friends won't get sick. Also you won't have to wash your hands right away, and you won't transmit germs onto toys and doorknobs with your hands.