Learning how girls as young age six start building bridges for their tribe using natural fibers was stellar!
Nature is Amazing! I am constantly learning and connected when I am at a park! This week we had the opportunity to attend a Educational puppet show and learning through artifacts session at Watkins Regional Park. This was a fun interactive way to educate your littles! If your homeschooling your child this is a golden opportunity to get a minimal cost enrichment. Here Liv is standing out at the pond with her nature center teacher holding a frog egg mass. There are many parks with amazing weekday and weekend programs that the entire family can enjoy be sure to check out your local park service.
Kids are so wonderful and it’s so exciting to help nurture their little minds. In addition to some traditional items like flash cards and work books. I also incorporate learning with our daily activities…. Does your child enjoy helping you in the kitchen? If so use this as an opportunity to discuss the shapes your using in your recipie. Count up your ingredients and introduce measurements. We use blocks to create patterns. Take a walk with your little one and discuss the change of season. This is a wonderful time to introduce Chlorophyll to them. Perhaps they can even gather some leaves along the walk to make a craft later. Daily responsibilities with pets or household chores are also very empowering for little people to feel confident about their contributions to the family.
We love ordering from China and utilizing hands on learning tools 🙂
What ways do you teach your toddler?