Chicken Little! This truly is a fun story -- a rhythmic narrative, silly plot that is bound to not frighten anyone, and lessons to be learned. Take time out to read this story together and then follow some of the activities below:
Kids Activity Calendar
Below you will find activities and suggestions to introduce your child to become more in tune with the world around him. Each of us has appreciation of the world around us. Along with that comes responsibility to take care of it!
A new tricycle or the "ultimate" two-wheeler -- learning to ride a bike is most definitely a memorable moment in every child's life! Who can't remember enjoying whizzing along, feeling the wind whip at your face? Fun? Safe? Let's take a look at the top 4 Bike Safety Tips.
Today, plastics are most often made from synthetic byproducts of petroleum. Long before that however "natural" plastics were produced from plant and animal products! How would you like to make your very own plastic? You can!
Fun to make; delicious, and nutritious! What more can a parent ask! How many of us have struggled to get our kids to eat vegetables? This method may be sneaky but it is yummy and healthy, too!
Learning about fractions can help us understand the world around us -- and be certain to claim our "fair share" of the pie! A fraction is how we express a part of a whole. Some examples are one-half, one-fourth, or one-third.
What happens? Is more than one color appearing as the water spreads? Try another color. Is it a single color or a mix of colors? Do some of the different pigments travel faster and farther than others? Make a pictograph, (a picture display), showing which pigments were used to make each marker.
What does a seed need to grow? Let's set up an experiment with radishes and find out! Radishes must be one of the easiest things to grow on the planet. Even a non-"green" thumb can't mess this up!
Try out nature's very own dyes! Did you know that a great source for natural dyes can be found right outside your door? Roots, nuts and flowers are just a few common natural ways to make many colors. Yellow, orange, blue, red, green and brown are readily available
Paper that looks like hunk of marble? Your children will love the fun designs and colors created in this project! Place a few drops of each color into the bottom of the pan and have children stir the colors slightly to mix...