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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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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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12 CHILDREN’S BOOKS FOR EARTH DAY

March 18, 2020

I think we can all agree, now more than ever, our planet could use all the help it can get. This earth day celebrate by doing your part to make the world a better place...and read some of these awesome Earth Day children's books! This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. I received Hike, Seeds, Alba's Ocean Clean-Up, Only a Tree Knows How to Be a Tree and Creature Feature free for review purposes, however I only write about…

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Pre-K Scissor Practice with Nature

June 4, 2019
Basket of Flowers + Leaves for Scissor Practice

I don't know about you, but my little one is fascinated with scissors. Probably because kids love anything that is potentially dangerous. He is always asking to cut things so I wanted to build on this interest and incorporate nature by creating a scissor practice basket. We filled the basket with some flowers that were starting to wilt in a vase, but we've also collected leaves and other plants from the yard to use for our scissor practice baskets. The…

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