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Stick The Squares
We did a sticky wall activity using contact paper. This little friend preferred to put more of the square orange shapes foamy paper.
Children were popping bubbles in the backyard this morning. They used their fingers and feet to pop out.
Two friends spent sometime together. They were inside the box having their meaningful interactions.
Backyard time is so much fun!
One little explorer friend is using a tong to pick the frog and snake from the insect bin. As the educator asked if he can find any snake, he then picked up from the bin and showed it to the educator.
These two kids are practicing their fine motor skills. They are working together in putting the rubber bands back to the stand. They are building respectful and responsive relationship as they participate in roup initiatives.
Let's try some risky play!
Tumble Play! This Creative Mind friend loved the dizzying effect of his log roll across the floor!
After a few days of big rainfalls, our little explorers went out puddle hunting for some puddle jumping! Wholla! We didn't have to walk farther, they were everywhere! We spotted some small pools of shimmering water in the park and the children didn't hesitate to jump in and do the double foot splash! A perfect way to practice great movement skills!
This friend was so thrilled to hop into his pretend car as soon as I set out the large cut out cardboard box. I bet he was imagining driving his Auntie's cool black car!
This Artistic Hand friend practiced counting. He filled a cup with wooden clips and counted them in random numbers while pointing it one by one.
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