Learning Objective: Children demonstrate knowledge of main characters, events, or ideas in familiar narrative or informational text.
Complete these worksheets to practice sorting, patterns, counting and combining!
Learning Objective: Children will extend a simple repeating pattern (with two elements) by adding one or more repetitions of an existing pattern AND Children will count up to five objects using one-to one correspondence AND children will sort objects accurately into two or more groups based on one attribute
Car Painting, grab some cars from the toy box and some paint! Try experimenting with different mediums for paint like shaving cream and food coloring.
Learning Objective: Children will enage in simple purposeful explorations of familiar objects in the environment AND Experiments with tools and materials for painting or drawing.
For our infant and toddler friends, try experimenting with edible mediums for paint, like yogurt or pudding!
Social and Emotional
Just like traffic lights, our feelings can have colors. Look at this printable about the different zones we may find ourselves in along with strategies to help manage those big feelings.
Learning Objective: Children will Identify own or others’ feelings
learn with music
Learning Objective: Children will combine and coordinate two or more locomotor movements together in effective ways, with some success
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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...