3 -4 year olds

Below are are fun links and activities for you to enjoy with your 3 – 4 year old child

June 3, 2020 – How to Create a Worm Farm with Kids

June 2, 2020 – Floating and Boating

June 1, 2020 – The Color Monster

May 29, 2020 – Story Stones

May 28, 2020 – Body Awareness Activities

May 27, 2020 – Leak Proof Bag Experiment

May 26, 2020 – Junk Box Counting

May 22, 2020 – Letter Recognition Activities

May 21, 2020 – Using Mindfulness to help Preschoolers handle emotions

May 19, 2020 – Cooperation Garden

May 18, 2020 – Tennis Ball Monster

May 14, 2020 – Birding with Children

May 13, 2020 – Mathematics Development

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May 11, 2020 – Building vocabulary

May 8, 2020 – I Feel Proud

May 7, 2020 – Helping your child Control Impulses

May 5, 2020 – Reading Aloud to Preschoolers

May 4, 2020 – Subitize

May 1, 2020 – Positional Word Games

April 30, 2020 – Paper Towel Tube Sand Play

April 29, 2020 – Talk, Sing & Read Together Everyday

April 28, 2020 – Fun & Learning for Parents & Children

April 27, 2020 – Creative Activities: Approaches to Learning

April 24, 2020 – Balancing Skills

April 23, 2020 – Evaporation Puddle Art

April 22, 2020 – Emergent Writing Activities

April 21, 2020 – Math Paterns in Nature

April 20, 2020 – Pass The Ice Cream Sharing Game

April 17, 2020 – Let’s Talk

April 16, 2020 – Getting your child to listen

April 15, 2020 – Scissor Skills

April 14, 2020 – Initiative and Independence

April 13, 2020 – A Windy Day Walk

April 10, 2020 – Number Names & Count Sequence

April 9, 2020 – Story Retelling

April 8, 2020 – Building Vocabulary

April 7, 2020 – Developing a Sense of Self

April 6, 2020 – Talking about Emotions

April 3, 2020 – Strengthening Large Muscles

April 2, 2020 – Science Projects

April 1, 2020 – Identifying, describing & comparing shapes

March 31, 2020 – Rhyming – click here for a printable PDF

March 30, 2020 – Helping Kids build communication skills

March 27, 2020 – Did you know that the most important interactions you have with a child can happen through play? By engaging in playful serve and return with a child, you can literally help build stronger connections in the brain. Strong neural connections are the foundation for all of a child’s future learning, behavior, and health. In this Mini Parenting Master Class from UNICEF, Center on the Developing Child Director Jack P. Shonkoff, M.D., explains the importance of serve and return interactions like play—and how easy they are to do, especially through practice!

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March 26, 2020 – Recognizing and Expressing Emotions

March 25, 2020 – Following Instructions