Hello & welcome to the The Sunday Showcase – WHERE YOUR CHILD CENTERED IDEAS are the STARS of the show!
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The Showcase Features:
(taken from last week’s posts)
This week I’m featuring activities that involve things from nature.
famiglia@seoul uses rocks for fine motor practice.
In the Taking Time to Play series at JDaniel4’s Mom, Cerys from Rainy Day Mum talks about adapting a rock painting activity for both of her children.
Nature walk gift bags were a lovely addition to sunnydaytodaymama’s picnic party.
Make an earthworm observation jar like they did at Little Wonders’ Days.
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Featured from Inspiration Laboratories:
This week we announced the authors for the Virtual Book Club for Kids, I shared a pretend play invitation at Cachey Mama’s Classroom, we combined science and art at Rainy Day Mum, and we practiced letters with objects from nature.
Thanks for sharing your ideas!