We hope you enjoyed the previous weeks activities. Here are some other activities for you to do with your child during this time.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to Sara Cass if you have any questions or concerns.
As always, thank you for sharing your child with us.
Sara Cass and Sherri Swanson
Week Eight: May 18-22
Join us as Mrs. Haris as she shows us how to make a paper collage. I hope you all enjoy it!
Environmental print is the print of everyday life. It’s the name given to the print that appears in signs, on labels or logos. Some examples are a stop sign, the Target sign, McDonald’s sign, or candy wrapper.
Activities to do with Environmental print
1 Go on a drive or a walk and have your child point to all the signs that they know the words for
2 Print out some environmental print signs that your child knows and create an “I can Read “ book.
3 Use the picture to play tic-tac-toe
Magic Milk Experiment
· full fat milk
· food coloring
· dish soap
· cotton swabs
· small baking dish
Pour just enough milk to cover the bottom of the baking dish. Fill the top of the milk with color. You can add glitter (optional). Pour a bit of the dish soap over the milk. Gently touch the milk with the cotton swab. What happens is magic.
Find 3 different patterns around your house and talk with your child about how each pattern repeats.
Paper Plate or Coffee Filter Magic
Have your child draw on a paper plate with markers. When he or she is done hand them a squirt bottle of water and have them spray the drawing. They can watch the colors run together.
Homemade Face and Body Paint
· 2 teaspoons of corn starch
· 1 teaspoon of body lotion
· 1 teaspoon of water
· Food coloring
Mix all the ingredients together except for the food coloring. Put them in separate container. If it is lumpy you will need to add more water. Add food coloring. It may stain the skin a bit but a good bath right after takes care of it.