Help your child write haiku about the things he loves in nature.
Enjoy discovering adjectives with this easy game using one of your child's favourite books and stories.
Use each letter in your child's name to inspire poetry.
This activity will exercise your child's mind and body.
This activity is a fun, creative way for your child to gain experience building compound words.
Your child’s imagination will be the main ingredient when he creates his own “recipes” for this activity.
What if we removed all vowels from our speech? Wht wld t snd lk??
Here's a creative writing activity: write a "dog-tionary" to define words from a canine perspective.
Use music to help your child make the connection between spoken and written words.
Use a deck of cards to teach number recognition and addition.
Use snacks to create number groups that equal up to 20.
Which group has more? How many more? Show your child that subtraction is a tool for making accurate comparisons.
Your child will know which way the wind blows after building this meteorology tool.
Your little meteorologist can build a rain gauge to help him deliver his own weather reports.
Use this activity to explore with your child how sweat cools us down when our body temperature rises.
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