Celebrate spring with science explorations, math activities, and create ways to bring the blossoming outdoors into classroom and home learning.
April is the perfect month to incorporate outdoor activities for kids into your home or classroom. Fostering a sense of wonder and promoting holistic development, outdoor exploration is a wonderful way for children to learn through play, following their own pace and sense of curiosity. Outdoor learning activities not only promote scientific inquiry, but also help children develop a sense of independence, caring, and self-motivation.Preschool Elementary
Running out of preschool science activities to explore with your students? The life cycle of a butterfly is a wonderful topic for young children to learn about, in turn helping develop their observation skills and understanding of sequence.Preschool
After a long winter, spring is a welcome opportunity to take learning outside and let your students explore the world around them! Spring is full of learning possibilities. For example, a conversation about spring showers is the perfect way to start a lesson on the water cycle - the choices are endlessPreschool
What’s something outdoorsy, fun, and educational that you and your child can do most of the year? Gardening! Gardening is a wonderful hands-on way to teach children about nature. Kids can learn how plants grow, what plants need to grow, and how to take care of them; all while making memories with you!Preschool Elementary
It’s the most beautiful time of the year! Spring has officially arrived with all its sunshine and warmth and lovely May flowers. With flowers sprouting and the weather changing, spring is the perfect time to teach young children with fun educational activities. Their curiosity will abound as they see buds appearing on the trees and birds returning to their yards. It’s a time for new beginnings and fun new things to learn!Preschool
Grow a potato plant, collect rain water and paint with natural objects in these activities for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers that make spring activities educational.
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