Pretending in the Great Outdoors

Ourdoor play is important to your child's development in many ways. Playing outside can improve your child's motor, cognitive and social-emotional skills and has been proven to lower stress and even improve concentration

Click here to view the full lesson handout. 

Click here to download the Backyard Scavenger Hunt list.

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Fine/Gross Motor Skill Educational Workshop

February Packet Activities

What You'll Need:

  • Construction paper and/or paper doilies

  • Markers or paint, depending on the age of your child. 

  • Dice, number flash cards, or another way to select a number.

  • Crayons, candy pieces, Cherrios, or any small item you can use to mark spaces.

What this teaches:

  • Fine motor skills

  • Counting/number recognition

  • Sorting 

Dental Awareness Month

Story & Activity

Teeth Brushing Activity Sheets, Page 1 & Page 2 

 

Tips for Better Brushing

Click here to learn more about National Children's Dental Health Month. 

The Ear Book: Story and Activity

Listening Ears Craft

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Echo Game

Click here for more games and activities about the five senses. 

What you'll need:

  • Paper plate

  • Pipe cleaner

  • Markers/crayons

  • Scissors

  • Ears Template--Or draw your own! 

  • Glue

Letter/Number/Shape Recognition Water Activity 

What you'll need:

  • Spray bottle

  • Sticky notes

This activity can be done outside or in the bathtub! 

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