For this art activity, we will be examining the idea of texture in art through a simple rabbit drawing of our own.
Here’s what you need for our Level 2 Snow and Arctic Units.
For our Arctic Unit, we’ll be exploring the northernmost part of the planet—and getting to know some of the people and animals who call it home! We’ll also explore how the hemispheres work together while strengthening your child’s math, literacy, and fine motor skills.
Whether the world is a little more wintry by your house or not, this week’s unit will give you and your child the opportunity to explore a variety of snow activities first-hand.
Much of what we know about life in Ancient Greece has actually been learned from their pottery. That’s because their pottery was often decorated with depictions of their popular myths and early Mediterranean life.
In the original Greek Olympic games, the winner of an event wasn’t given a gold, silver, or bronze medal like they are in the Olympics today. instead, they received a wreath of leaves! Let’s make our own leaf crown (and work those fine motor skills!) using this simple tutorial. What you need: green felt thinContinue reading “Greece: Felt Olympic games wreath craft”
Get ready for a play-based look at hibernation with this simple diorama project!
The arctic fox is a master camouflage artist. But why is this a resourceful ability for an animal? Let’s exlpore how camouflage works for the fox with this simple craft.
Let’s break down the world’s hemispheres, longitude, and latitude with this simple, hands-on craft!
Let’s shoot for the stars this week! Outer space is often one of children’s favorite topics to learn about, and we’ve packed this unit with play-based science, math, literacy, gross motor skill work, and more to help your little one dream big.