Words Of The Week!

HABITAT - A place where an animal lives, eats, and sleeps.

ANIMAL - Any living thing that can breathe, eat, grow, and move around.

Activities Of The Week!

Animal Inspired Fun & Games

Fun time activities help your children increase their awareness of the world around them.

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Animals are Amazing

Animals are all around us. They can live in the wild, or in homes as pets.

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Big & Small Activities

Do something big or small, your kids will love it.

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Build it Tall and Wide

Play with your child every day.

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Compare and Contrast

Compare and contrast the wonders of nature.

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Confetti and Painting

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Fun with Measurement

Did you know that 85% of the brain is formed by age 3?

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Holiday Reading

Reading together builds confidence.

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In Music & Nature

Find fun together and in nature.

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Music Makers

Be inspired and get creative with your child.

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Name, Animal, Place or Thing

Guessing games and exploration is a good way to help your child appreciate and understand the animal kingdom.

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Read, Sing and Dance

Read or get active with your kids.

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Reading Builds the Brain

Did you know that 85% of the brain is formed by age 3? That’s almost the whole brain!

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Set Goals

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Sound and Vibration

Talk about sound and practice listening

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Sound of Music

Read with you child. Check out an audio book.

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The Ripple of Sound

Activities with sound and water.

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Things Big and Small

Read, sing and enjoy things big and small with your child today.

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Words are the building blocks of learning

Did you know that children from low-income families enter kindergarten with 3,000 words while children from middle-income families know 20,000?  This will determine how well they learn how to read, so look at books together and talk about the characters, colors, and places you both see.  

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Music is the food of life…

Take advantage of books with beautiful illustrations and ask questions that let your child reply with longer sentences. Instead of asking “What is this?” “What color is it?” “Is this a dog or a cat?”, ask things like: “Tell me what’s happening in this picture” or “What are some of the the things that this […]

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