We’re so excited to welcome a new season with our Spring Unit Study! This week’s lessons will cover a variety of plants and animal you see in the western hemisphere during spring.
Earthworms are one of our favorite springtime creatures—let’s use them to work on some estimation and measurement practice! What you need: playdough ruler small sticky notes (or you can cut up a large sticky note) googly eyes (optional) What to do: Start by creating three worms” out of playdough (googly eyes optional!) and arranging themContinue reading “Spring Unit: Earthworm estimation + measuring activity”
Spring is one of the four seasons. Let’s welcome spring with some of our favorite books and hopefully a visit to a local garden or farm!
For this art activity, we will be examining the idea of texture in art through a simple rabbit drawing of our own.
Ready for a sweet way to learn about the spring season? These simple dirt cup desserts are easy to make (your child can likely make them by themselves!), and incredibly delicious.
Let’s bring what we’ve learned about caring for chickens into our free play! Here’s how to make a simple chicken coop craft your child can play with again and again.