Parent Child At Home Activities

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Fancy Footwork:

(Fine motor development, comparing size)

Help your child trace each of their family members right foot. Help them cut out the tracings. Then have your child order the cutouts from the largest to the smallest and glue them to a large piece of paper.

Help your child label them with the appropriate family member’s name.

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Art

Cognitive

Gross and Fine Motor Development

Fancy Footwork

Fancy Footwork:

(Fine motor development, comparing size)

Help your child trace each of their family members right foot. Help them cut out the tracings. Then have your child order the cutouts from the largest to the smallest and glue them to a large piece of paper. 

Help your child label them with the appropriate family member’s name.

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Rainbow Ice

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 Rainbow Ice:

(Fine motor development and scientific thinking).

Fill and ice cream bucket with water and freeze it. Put the block of ice in a large container. Prepare 3 containers of salt water: one each with red, blue and yellow food coloring. Have your child use an eyedropper to drop the colored water on the ice block. Have your child observe how the salt water melts the ice and leaves craters in the ice. The colors will also blend to make new shades. Talk to them about what colors they see.

 

 

 

 

 

Language & Literacy

Math

Fancy Footwork

Fancy Footwork:

(Fine motor development, comparing size)

Help your child trace each of their family members right foot. Help them cut out the tracings. Then have your child order the cutouts from the largest to the smallest and glue them to a large piece of paper. 

Help your child label them with the appropriate family member’s name.

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Scientific Thinking

Rainbow Ice

Rainbow Ice:

(Fine motor development and scientific thinking).

Fill and ice cream bucket with water and freeze it. Put the block of ice in a large container. Prepare 3 containers of salt water: one each with red, blue and yellow food coloring. Have your child use an eyedropper to drop the colored water on the ice block. Have your child observe how the salt water melts the ice and leaves craters in the ice. The colors will also blend to make new shades. Talk to them about what colors they see.

 

 

 

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