We learned about the basics in computer programming while building our very own board game. This was an incredibly fun activity. My 5 year old loved working on it and loved learning some new programming vocabulary too.
What a better way to enjoy Valentines Day than with chocolate covered strawberries??? And even better, use it as a science project to teach kids about phase transformations and melting points. (This was also a great project for gross and fine motor skill development as well as learning to follow instructions.)
Grant the Jigsaw Giraffe was written by Julie Coy Manier and illustrated by Grant Manier. The book is about a baby giraffe named, Grant, who was born with puzzle shaped spots instead of regular giraffe spots. The other animals at the zoo realize how different he looks from the other giraffes and over time, they realize that he is different in many ways. As Grant grows, he and the other animals realize just how special and talented he is! He makes incredible art pieces for the zoo with recycled materials.
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Just west of Cleveland, Ohio there is a charming city called Bay Village. It is home to an incredible science and nature educational center called the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center. Read more about our adventure checking it out!
After the Fall: How Humpty Dumpy Got Back Up Again written and illustrated by Dan Santat is an exquisite telling of the classic tale about Humpty Dumpty. Humpty Dumpty is an avid bird watcher and loves to watch them from above high walls until one day he falls and becomes TERRIFIED of heights. Eventually he finds the courage and bravery to face his fears and climb back up the wall where he learns to FLY.
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