“Here is The Beehive” Before watching the video ask your child “Where do bees like to hide?” Then watch this video and talk about how many bees flew out of the hive. Objective: Understanding of language and simple math operations.
What do you see?
Play I Spy: Go out side and play I spy with all the differnt things that fly. Take turns picking out a bird, a bug, a plane or other flying objects, and talk about which ones they like best.
we are thankful
Parents can have children verbalize and parent can write down three things that their child is thankful for. Use this worksheet and tell us what makes you happy.
Watch this video as a whole one time. Next time practice just a few poses and stop the video after each pose to make sure of participation and the need of help. The next day do the same thing and try to increase the amount of poses that are tried. Continue for the whole week.
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Where You Live
Take a walk around where you live. Bring a bag or bucket and collect items during your walk. Discuss where you live, what lives around you, and what your child collected.
Objective: Sense of place. The child demonstrates increased awareness of the characteristics of physical environments and connections among their attributes, including the people and activities in them.
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