Let's go camping with Pete the Cat!
Cutting and Tracing
Practice your cutting and tracing with this fun campfire activity. Learning Objective: Manipulates objects with both hands doing different movements.
Our toddler friends can cut or rip paper bags into “logs” and glue them on a paper and then use crayons to draw the flames.
Explore patterns with this fun marshmallow painting activity. Learning Objective: Attempts to create simple repeating patterns.
Toddler friends can use the edible paint option to make a totally edible activity
Science in the Kitchen
What happens to marshmallows when they heat up? How does chocolate change when it is heated? Follow this yummy recipe for indoor smores and help your child make predictions about what will happen to the ingredients and then discuss the outcome. Learning Objective: Children will observe objects and events of interest in the environment, makes simple predictions about them, and checks the predictions
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