Wild & Wonderful
Let's be Dinosaurs!
Color Week - Purple
Color Week - Yellow
Sheep in a Jeep
Down by the Bay
Make a nest using materials you have around the house. Challenge yourself not to use any glue!
Grab some markers and leaves to make your leaf prints. Examine the different shapes of your leaves. Check out the veins! What do they do for the leaf?
Make your own cloud animals using cotton balls or make the different types of clouds.
Us some pencils, rubber bands, & cardboard to make your own paddleboat & learn how they work.
Tightly place cling wrap on a bowl, pour start sprinkles on, & start humming. Watch how sound waves make sprinkles dance!
Maple seeds are always fun to play with. Find a few and glue them onto a stick to make your very own dragonfly!
Investigate gas laws and properties such as pressure, volume, and temperature. How are they all related?
Grab those toilet paper rolls and make your own bird with its own special adaptations!
Use masking tape in your hallway to make a spider web obstacle course.
When there are no rainbows in sight, we make our own.
Search for acorns on your next nature walk to make these fun necklaces. Ask your little ones if they know where acorns come from and what they turn into.
Ever wonder why some things float while others sink? Gather some items from home or outside and test whether they float!
Trace your little one's handprints to make this cute hedgehog!
Paper challenge: Using only ONE piece of paper, try to make the longest chain you can!
Find some branches to paint & make into a wind chime.