Writing, painting and printing with carrots :: Easter crafts - NurtureStore
Fun ideas for easy Easter crafts : writing, painting and printing with carrots!
Growing Tuff Spot
I’d been planning a Growing Tuff Spot activity for ages – unfortunately the weather had not been on our side but at least I’d had the opportunity to collect various garden pots
we can do all things
Adeline learns so much more when she is active and interacting with the learning materials. Today we are playing with shapes in muck. I made a corn starch mixture using water and corn starch. I pour the starch in and slowly add a little water at a time mixing with my hands. I don't want it to be thin but not to thick ether. It is important to pour slowly and mix. I then added the shapes. This sensory learning activity could be done with many different items, such as numbers, colors, and…
Amplifying Your Instruction with Hands-On Activities
ESL Amplified: Amplifying Your Instruction with Hands-On Activities
investigating plants and flowers
This project and center came about when we were studying plants, flowers, and sequencing. You can see that our sunflowers had begun sprout...
Baby Care Tips
Jack and the Beanstalk mathematics and craft activity: ask students to count out magic beans, leaves, and clouds. S1 Maths and Art
Top Ten Melissa and Doug Toys which will boost your kids imagination instantly
Parents love to give kids a few new regularly, and many times it's for kids development, we all want our kids development to be boosted with appropriate toys.
15+ Spring Activities for Kids! - The Imagination Tree
Here are over 20 ideas for keeping the kids busy this Easter time, from sensory play to art activities, planting gardens to discovery eggs! Hopefully you will find something new to try. Enjoy! Make a beautiful bird’s nest from wool/ yarn and glue! Create a child’s garden space to play, plant and explore! Grow cress...Read More »
Kids Watch a Bean Grow - A Kids Science plant experiment
Reproduction of plants, grow a bean and watch it grow right before you - Childrens science experiments