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Flower Potions STEM Activity

June 2, 2020
Flower Potions

One thing that is always a hit in our household is a magic potion! There is something that kids find so special about mixing and pouring ingredients and getting the surprise of a fun chemical reaction. You can make a potion activity for almost every theme imaginable. We've done love potions for Valentines, spooky witch potions for Halloween and edible lemonade potions. For Flower Week of our free U Ready Kids Camp we knew we needed to add a flower…

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UREADYKIDSCAMP June || Free At Home Summer Camp for Preschoolers

May 31, 2020
UReadyKidsCamp

Calling all parents and caregivers of kids age 2-7... are you wondering what the heck to do with your kids this summer? Traditional summer camps canceled? Still working from home and nervous to send your kids to camp or daycare? Just looking for some fun ideas to entertain kids on evenings and weekends? You have come to the right place my friend and you are definitely not alone! I have created a FREE virtual summer camp for kids that includes…

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Pop Art Flowers- Process Art for Kids

May 31, 2020
Flower Process Art

I love Pop Art for so many reasons. Its bright, its fun and its easily accessible for kids. Kids love the bright, bold colors, the recognizable pop culture objects and the similarities to comics and cartoons. Pop art has always been my favorite type of art to teach to my elementary students and I thought I'd give it a go with my preschoolers for U Ready Kids Camp flower week. Andy Warhol has a beautiful series of hibiscus flower silkscreen…

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Flower Monogram Weavings

May 31, 2020
Monogram Flower Weavings

I love incorporating objects from nature whenever I can, so our Flower Week would not be complete without getting outside and interacting with real flowers! The kids had so much fun exploring the backyard and looking for flowers. I was impressed by their observation skills as they found flowers in places that I didn't even notice. Most of the flowers they found were weeds but to the eye of a child they are just as beautiful as any other flower.…

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Flower Sensory Bin

May 31, 2020

We’ve been spending a lot of time in the garden lately and I noticed Teddy showing a lot of interest in bugs (especially worms). Scottie on the other hand had a massive meltdown when a worm touched her foot. Since play is a safe place to experience things in a fun, less stress way I thought a little bit of bug-themed “exposure therapy” might be just what she needs while expanding on Teddy’s current interests and giving them both some…

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