How to make baking soda paint that fizzes, creating beautiful color mixing reactions. Add baking soda to liquid paint, then paint your picture, then pipette drops of vinegar and watch it fizz and spread and mix!
Make this letter wheel out of a paper plate and then walk around the neighborhood looking for letters on signs, license plates, and utility boxes. Whenever you find one of the letters, fold it down on the plate. For Naomi on car trips.
This site has TONS of resources for structured play, beginning literacy activities, and hand-eye coordination broken down by age from birth and through school years. Stoplight Beanbag Toss - I Can Teach My Child! I own bean bags already!
Looking forward to all the outdoor June activities!
Dinosaur week: This simple, no cook dough will keep your children busy for hours. The children I work with call it fossil dough because of the texture and it’s ability to make wonderful imprints of their dinosaurs.
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly- I love using the syrup bottles in the shape of the old lady and the word building in this post. There is also a book There was an old lady who swallowed a bat.
Structured alphabet sensory table task: magnetic letters hidden in coloured rice with scoops and shovels. Matching letters are stuck onto baking trays (attached to the wall with velcro). Hunt for the letters & stick them onto the corresponding letters.