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Help children to make their own wrapping paper by raiding the paper recycle bin and using newspaper, old gift paper, used gift bags, cereal boxes – explore more ideas here. Turn all those plastic pop top juice bottles with lids into Music Shakers before you throw them in the recycle bin. See the play here.
17. Dramatic Play. I can’t stress this enough! Play is a natural part of childhood development. Kids learn through play, and we, as kindergarten teachers, can’t take that away from them. Set up a dramatic play area that promotes imagination and social skills.
· Fall leaves activities. Leaf identification pages (free printables) Scavenger hunt for leaves. Leaf sensory bags. Preschool leaf activity pack (free printables) Make leaf-shaped sugar cookies. Make leaf imprints into playdough. Freeze leaves into …
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· I embellished with lots of goodies from the Odds & Ends pack. It was fun to tuck some of the flowers, mushrooms and critters into the layers of grass! I also scattered in some flowers from the Spring Garden Shaped Sprinkles.
· Making compost from my own garden rubbish is weirdly a really rewarding process. It’s a lot of effort, but I feel I’m really doing my bit of recycling and not adding extra burden onto the planets resources. The compost bins were already in place when we moved here and there are 2 sets of bins, one I use for leaf mould, one for general rubbish.
· Playing the Algorithm Games. You will find that some of the game boards offer a number of ways that your children complete the game boards. Here is how you could introduce your children to the game boards. First, you can work through a part of a game board with your children. It will help them understand how to place the arrows in the boxes.
· When we first got Tillie, squirrels drove her crazy. She evidently hadn’t spent enough time outside to become used to them. A true beagle, she loved bunny scents, and when coming upon one, the tail wagged furiously, and the yipping and baying began. Then I’d pass the leash off to George and he would be hard-pressed to keep up with her.