Would your kids love to grow their own plant eco-systems at home? Help them build these DIY terrarium kit for kids.
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Painting for kids is a wonderful sensory experience that also develops their creativity. There are so many benefits to teaching kids to paint.
A great fine motor and sensory experience for kids is pumpkin stamping. They can dip them in paint or like we did, an ink pad, and stamp the shapes onto paper.
The pumpkin smells amazing as they are stamping, so there is are several great sensory experiences involved. They are learning to hold the pieces of pumpkin and manipulate them to stamp. This is great skill building for fine motor development.
Are you searching for things to keep your kids busy for fall? Here are a ton of ideas to get creative and prepare fun fall activities for kids!
Growing loofah with kids has been one of the most fun and exciting garden projects in the little sprouts garden. My kids love to grow and these unique and interesting plants.
Is there anything more mysterious in life than metamorphosis? Teaching kids a butterfly life cycle lesson plan is something they will never forget!
Caterpillar Butterfly Theme for Preschool
Do you long to REALLY teach your kids about nature? Caterpillar and butterfly theme studies can be all crafts, or you can really dive into the science behind these creatures. What’s even better is to do a little of both! I love studying life cycles with my kids and entomology. The younger they learn this the better!
Hand strength is a big deal. Kids need to be able to have enough hand strength for handwriting and many times they go to school lacking in this area.
School’s out! What do you do to keep kids busy? At Little Sprouts that means some of my little kids leave for the summer and my school-age kids are here every day.
Teaching a plant theme for preschool is a great way to teach kids lots of science as well as give them sensory experiences. Kids love to watch things grow. » Read more