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# Adrian 49 – 53 months

• Happy โ๏ธSt. Patrick's Day! Did any of your perfect traps work? Since children did not wish to catch a leprechaun, we decided to create a sensory Leprechaun Land.  In preparing our ๐ฉ Leprechaun โ๏ธLand, we decided…

• St. Patrick's Day is around the corner, and we are continuing the โ๏ธthemed week today with this simple DIY addition activity. Hands-on concrete learning with visual counters is more accessible to children than the abstract mathematical…

• Today, we are making St. Patrick’s Day-inspired DIYย  Shamrock puzzle with a math twist. What you will need: recycled ice pop/popsicle sticks (or buy wooden craft sticks here) a shamrock cutout (we are using…

• We are longing for Spring, so today, we are upcycling by making a DIY Bird forest habitat craft with recycled toilet and towel paper rolls. As a base, we are using a white iPad…

• Happy ๐Birthday Dr. Seuss! Theodor Seuss Geisel, born on March 2, 1904, in Springfield, MA, was an American author, political cartoonist, poet, animator, book publisher, and artist, best known for authoring more than 60…

• After observing Julia doing multiplication exercises, Adrian expressed an interest, so we have been doing some multiplication work this past month. To illustrate the process concretely, we are using these mega building blocks to introduce…

• To continue with our rainbow theme, I made this DIY Alphabet matching activity. First, I drew a rainbow using these pastels. Then I laminated the rainbow painting since the pastels do transfer to hands.  I…

• Today, we are using materials you probably have at your home such as โ๏ธcoffee filters and markers to conduct this amazing chromatography tie-dye color mixing walking ๐ rainbow experiment!  What you will need: white coffee filters,…

• This glitter sensory calming bottle can make a perfect Valentine's ๐gift! It is sensorily therapeutical and can be used as a mindful meditational tool for children. This Valentine's DIY craft is super easy to make,…

• Hearts-stickers scissor practice DIY for preschoolers and kindergartners to promote fine motor control, dexterity, and hand-eye coordination.…

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