This week you and your child will focus on Sight, one of the five senses. Young children can learn:
A Magnifying Glass Will Draw Interest to Your Discovery Table
A good way to introduce this lesson is to go on a “sight” walk. Bring along binoculars, a magnifying glass, and a bag for collected treasures. What will your child find? Look for pretty stones, a feather, a bit of snake skin, a dragonfly, or a penny.
Look all around you. What do you see? A firetruck, an ambulance, a grocery store, a taxi, or a bus?
If you are very lucky, you will have a thunderstorm this week, complete with rainbows!
At the end of the lesson plans are directions for making popcorn “the old-fashioned way” and for making play dough. Old-fashioned popcorn is not only cheaper and better for you, it’s also really easy once you’ve got the hang of it. And best of all – you don’t need a microwave.
Interesting Toys for this lesson:
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