10 Ways to Teach a Child Colors - Engaging Activities for Matching, Labeling and Identifying
Colors are and important language concept that allow us to describe our word. Teach a child colors using some great matching, labeling and receptive identification activities.
Rice and Ice Sensory Activity
Rice and Ice Sensory Activity is a fun activity to play with rhyming words, mixing primary colours and science concepts with all the benefits of sensory play.
Friendship Color Mixing
Creating A Classroom Community Through Art Part 1 Red, yellow, and blue are great alone, but when you mix them you create something beautiful. This is how lasting friendships are formed. Two individuals coming together to create something beautiful - FRIENDSHIP. The children pick a friend to work with and were given a large sheet of paper to decorate. We used tempera paint (red, yellow, blue), flannel sheets, and plastic plates. We diluted the paint with water to make it easier for it to…
Shaving foam car tracks – Day 28 Toddler Play Challenge
Shaving Foam Car Tracks. Day 28 30 day toddler play challenge. Adventures of Adam. Toddler play. We got kitted out to play in the garden so that I could
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Learning Activities for Favorite Children's Books: 25 Ways to Play With Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle, originally published in 1967, is a perennial story time favorite which has taken on new significance for me since I now have a toddler old enough to appreciate it. Though the concept of the book is simple, it is amazing how much kids connect with it, and how they never tire of hearing the same repeated phrases. Because the way young children experience the world is through play, today I am sharing a list of 25 ways…