Join Llama Llama as he goes camping. Learn all about what you need to camp…and what you can leave at home!
Learning Objective: Children will demonstrate knowledge of main characters, events, or ideas in familiar narrative or informational text.
For our friends who like a shorter story, try this fun book about the animals that live in the forests where we camp!
After you watch the sing-a-long all about camping, color these triangles then cut them out and make your own triangle camping picture!
Learning Objective: Children will manipulate objects with both hands doing different movements
Sing-a-long with this fun song about camping and see if you can find the triangles. After watching the video, go on a shape hunt of your own and see how many shapes you can find in your house!
Learning Objective: Children will recognize shapes when they are presented in different orientations or as parts of other objects
For our toddler friends, gather items that are either circles or triangles and help them sort the shapes into two groups.
Head outside and play a game of “I Spy”. Find things outside and describe how they look, smell, feel, or sound to help your child identify them. Like this: “I Spy, with my little eye, something that is yellow and smells good” or “I Spy, with my little eye, something that is brown and rough to touch.” Then your child can run and touch what they think you are looking at.
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