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A Mom with a Lesson Planfrom A Mom with a Lesson Plan

Outside Fall Activity for kids: Find that tree!

Outdoor fall activity you can do right now!

Brain Power Boyfrom Brain Power Boy

9 Dinosaur Activities for Toddlers and Their Big Brothers

9 Dinosaur Activities for Toddlers and Their Big Brothers. Great way for kids to have fun together.

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Nature Play Ideas - only nature needed

Nature Play ideas

20+ Ideas for outdoor learning. Make learning fun and help kids learn through play all summer long with these fantastic games and activities.

Our Journey Westwardfrom Our Journey Westward

Nature Study – Leaves

Measurement - Measuring leaves on graph paper would be a good activity to not only measure width and the height, but also to measure area and the perimeter of the leaf. (Or other object.)

Buggy and Buddyfrom Buggy and Buddy

Astronomy for Kids: Moon Crafts and Activities

If you're looking for all kinds of moon-themed learning activities for kids, you'll want to check out this collection. You'll find science activities, moon crafts, and more!

Buggy and Buddyfrom Buggy and Buddy

Finding Symmetry in Nature (Outdoor Math Activity for Kids

Finding Symmetry in Nature (Outdoor Activity for Kids) from Buggy and Buddy


Fun and Learning Activities with Balls

Learn with Play at home: Fun and Learning Activities with Balls

TinkerLabfrom TinkerLab

50 Earth Day Activities for Kids

50 Art Activities that use recycled materials, natural materials, or that take place outside. You'll love this list for the summer.


A Brilliant Playdough Nature Walk with Kids

looking for ideas for nature walks with kids? This is a sweet and simple activity - full of nature learning and fun!

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Activities Based on Children's Books

Over 20 Activities for Kids Inspired by Popular Children's Books! ~

The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guidefrom The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide

Preschool Activities

EVERY MORNING WE "SIGN IN" AT ARRIVAL BY MATCHING OUR BOTTLE CAPS TO OUR NAME. THEN, THE FUN CAN BEGIN. Teach child how to spell their name. Write each letter of their name on a milk cap and let them use a note card with their name written on it for reference. Store in ziploc so they can play with it over and over again.