Rachel Bezant
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Farm Kids Yoga | Kids Yoga Stories - Yoga Books, Yoga Cards, and Yoga Poses for Kids

Farm Kids Yoga | Kids Yoga Stories - Yoga Books, Yoga Cards, and Yoga Poses for Kids

Pretend play is an important part of childhood. This dramatic play milking the cow activity is perfect for a farm theme for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners. They will learn how farmers milk their cows and will be practicing their fine motor skills.

Pretend play is an important part of childhood. This dramatic play milking the cow activity is perfect for a farm theme for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners. They will learn how farmers milk their cows and will be practicing their fine motor skills.

Chain Link Fence Yarn-Bombing! This is what I could do with that section of useless fending on the side of the house until I can actually dig it out.

Chain Link Fence Yarn-Bombing! This is what I could do with that section of useless fending on the side of the house until I can actually dig it out.

Beauty and the Beast. The rose is made from tissue paper, crepe paper and cellophane which the children scrunched up and stuffed into the bottom of a plastic cup. The paper expanded when let go which makes it stay wedged there. We taped a pipe cleaner stem and children helped to tape the second plastic cup together to form the chamber for the rose :)

Beauty and the Beast. The rose is made from tissue paper, crepe paper and cellophane which the children scrunched up and stuffed into the bottom of a plastic cup. The paper expanded when let go which makes it stay wedged there. We taped a pipe cleaner stem and children helped to tape the second plastic cup together to form the chamber for the rose :)

Provocation: how are craters formed? Simple inquiry-based experience consisting of a round tray filled with moon sand and rocks which the children have collected themselves from the garden. As children press various stones into the sand they create misshapen craters. Photos of the moon's surface also displayed for reference

Provocation: how are craters formed? Simple inquiry-based experience consisting of a round tray filled with moon sand and rocks which the children have collected themselves from the garden. As children press various stones into the sand they create misshapen craters. Photos of the moon's surface also displayed for reference

Ziplock Solar System I-Spy Busy Bag - Learn the names of planets and other space objects in a fun way. (Free Printable)

Ziplock Solar System I-Spy Busy Bag - Learn the names of planets and other space objects in a fun way. (Free Printable)