Ideas for planning your Earth Day and Recycle Week Lesson. Arts & Crafts, Activities, Freebies are more! for Childcare Providers, and Early Childhood Home Educators of Preschoolers and Toddlers -featured on Daycare Spaces and Ideas.

Earth Day & Recycling Week

Photos of Dramatic Play Spaces for Childcare Providers. Find suggested items to add to your Daycare Pretend Play Area.

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills

Rosemary, tomato leaves, sage and lavender to practice scissor skills - a better idea than using paper that then has to be recycled or worked into a project

Beans grown in CD cases provide a clear view of the parts of the plant and a great surface for labeling!

using old cd cases to grow beans. Then can use a sharpie or dry erase marker to label parts of the plant for older kids. Such a cool take on the old lima beans in a baggie trick.

Planting and growing seeds classroom display photo - Photo gallery - SparkleBox

To create a awesome bulletin board for a classroom, all you need is imagination. Here are some creative bulletin board ideas for your inspiration. Make a cool bulletin board with love and have fun with your kids.

Growing grass from seed, for small world play - by Rachel (",)

Growing grass from seed, for small world play. I love this, we could add news toys each week, as long as we can keep the grass alive anyway!

Inside/outside investigation table …

Set up a "Nature Table" to display all the treasures found on nature hikes. great for scientific observations. {The large leaf is from IKEA.} Smith nature walks might be great to fill up your science center

awesome seed activities for kids how we learn

Science experiments, art, creating, and exploring seed activities for kids! Gardening with kids starts with the seeds - here are some awesome activities!

Bean Growing - a classic childhood science activity - add an extra learning element, by growing one bean in "light" and the other "in the dark".

Bean Growing - a classic childhood science activity - add an extra learning element, by growing one bean in "light" and the other "in the dark". Great food science activity for kids!

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