Teaching opposites at home >>> Long – short, big – small, happy – sad. All parents teach their children opposites whether they realize it or not. However, it’s important that we realize it’s a vital element of kids’ development so we can do it in a more purposeful, organized and creative way >>> Read more >>>
God’s Little Explorers: Week 21 (O is for Opposites + Mary & Martha)
Preschoolers learn to compare and contrast various opposites, including fast and slow. Your preschooler loves to move, so what better way to reinforce the concept than with fast and slow activities that let him demonstrate his understanding. The activities also help you channel his abundant energy into an effective and enjoyable learning experience. preschooler.thebu...
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Have children observe a number of different objects and classify them according to their observations. After the activity they can discuss with others what their results. Ages 3-5 Science 1.18 Use words to describe physical attributes 1.29 classify things by an attribute