Earth Day Art

Posted on 04/22/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

On Earth Day, we are reminded how important it is to reduce our waste and recycle what we can. This is always our motto, especially when it comes to art projects. You have everything to... read more

Food Origins: Matching Game (with free printable!)

Posted on 04/20/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

Spring is starting to feel like it's getting here - FINALLY! We are bound to our homes, but farms around the state and country are moving along as always, welcoming new life and producing the... read more

Making Butter

Posted on 04/20/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

Need an activity that will keep your preschooler busy for a while? Look no further than homemade butter. Everybody loves butter. It's delicious, creamy, sometimes salty, and perfect on a slice of warm bread. Maybe you've... read more

Farm Vehicle Painting

Posted on 04/20/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

While we're on the farm topic, how can you incorporate art into a farm discussion? Paint with vehicles you might find on the farm and use "farm" colors. Creating curated activities is often as simple... read more

Retell a Story: Jack and the Beanstalk

Posted on 04/16/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

The ability to retell a story more or less accurately, is an important part of literacy skills. Before they can read, kids choose their favorite stories, going to the same ones over and over again.... read more


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