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During Spring and Summer we can learn in detail about nature and life cycles. Why do plants start to grow in the spring?
  • Reasoning skills.
  • Coordinate eye-hand movement.

Play a category game. Choose two items that are from the same group and one that isn’t. Children have to guess which on doesn’t belong. Apple, Pear, ice-cream. The category is fruit and therefore the ice-cream doesn’t belong.
  • Reasoning skills.
  • Refine visual discrimination.

Document the growth of a plant. In a plastic bag inside a cotton ball put some apple seeds. Add a few drops of water and tape the bag to a sunny window. Watch them grow!
  • Sequence and reasoning skills.
  • Fine motor skills (cutting and pasting).
  • Language enrichment.
Wow! All parts of a plant can be part of a healthy diet. Try to eat all parts of a plant in a week. Where your children surprise to learn they can eat a whole plant?
  • Develop small muscle skills.
  • Reinforce visual memory and vocabulary skills.
  • Language enrichment
Games
Print in a 28lb paper and laminate to reuse.
  • Develop planning and problem solving skills
  • Refine visual discrimination
  • Reinforce visual memory and vocabulary skills
Flashcards
Print in a 28lb paper and laminate to reuse.
  • Develop planning and problem solving skills
  • Refine visual discrimination
  • Reinforce visual memory and vocabulary skills
Plants & Flowers
Now is the time to start planting your gardens. What do the seedlings need to grow? Dirt, sunshine, water!