This week’s theme is Tiny Things, so we’ll be making a paper mouse!
Get ready for winter by dressing up this paper doll nice and warm after you have decorated all their winter attire. This is a great opportunity to practice vocabulary as well as the fine motor skills of cutting and colouring!
We all know that play is a valuable part of childhood, but did you know that play is actually a critical part of a child’s learning, development, and well-being? It’s true! We have two free resources to help you support your child in playing and learning!
To tie in with Halloween this week, create your own haunted house out of paper, complete with a cute ghost! We’ve also got suggestions for a few of our favourite haunted house stories.
A simple, easy to do early literacy activity that promotes the development of reading skills is to teach children the parts of a book.
An important part of child development and early literacy is the encouragement and nurturing of a child’s imagination. This activity will encourage children to think about key ideas in a story through the use of “who, what, where, when, and why” questions, while stimulating their creative and imaginative side.