Camping Adventure with Maisy
Let’s go on a camping adventure with Maisy! How many animal friends will fit inside her tent? What might happen if they all squeeze inside? Can your child retell the story after hearing it? Do they remember the order of events? Learning Objective: Children will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of details in narrative or informational text that includes the order of events or cause and effect
Grab a crayon, a pencil, some scissors, or even leftovers from the trail mix activity to practice your prewriting skills.
Kitchen Math Skills
Get into the kitchen and use your math skills! Follow this fun recipe to make smores trail mix. Learning Objective: Children will explore the properties of objects (e.g., size, length, weight, capacity) through the use of measurement tools with standard units
Camping in the rain
Camping in the rain? Try this fun experiment with your kiddo to make rain in a jar! Help them write down their observations. Learning Objective: Contributes to planning and carries out detailed observations and complex investigations to answer questions of interest
Stress and Anxiety
With the current events happening all around us, our children may be experiencing some stress and anxiety. Talk with them about what makes them feel worried or scared or nervous. Try one of these strategies for helping children cope with these feelings… they work for moms and dads too! Learning Objective: Children will identify their own or others’ feelings
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