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After listening to Plants Can’t Sit Still, talk with your child about how plants move. Look outside and describe plant movements
Paint with Nature
Visit this site for instruction and videos on how to make a natural paint brush. Child demonstrates increasing precision, strength, coordination, and efficiency when using muscles of the hand for play and functional tasks.
Walk outside and count the plants you see in your yard. Then count plants you seed inside. Can you add them together?
Did you know you can regrow some vegetables from their scraps? This video will show easy ways to regrow some vegetables. As the vegetables grow observe, measure, and eat. Discuss where food comes from and the different parts of the plant and what they are for.
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If you or your child are feeling stressed or upset try this wonderful calming technique. Pretend to hold a flower in your hand now inhale deeply through your nose smelling your flower. Exhale slowly through your mouth. Do this several times. Be creative and ask your child what their flower smells like or what it looks like. Maybe your flower is a dandelion and when you exhale you are blowing the seeds everywhere.
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Today's ActivitiesUse this template to create a silly clown face. Check out this fun science experiment using baking soda and vinegar. Your learners will have fun watching the balloon blow up with air. Did you do today's activities? Push the button below to let us...
Today's ActivitiesPrint both pages out and have your learner cut out the shapes on the first page. Then use the second page to sort between animals and people. Don't have access to print? That's okay, have your learner draw pictures and then make two piles of animals...
Today's ActivitiesUse circus stencils (make some from cardboard if you don't have any). Make shapes of clowns, horses, ringmasters, balloons, etc. Have your learner use the stencils to make pictures that they can tell you a story about!Cut 2 paper plates in half to...