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PLAYGROUP CORNER MUSIC WITH
Christopher R Flying Purple Guitar!
I am going to try and do my first ever FB LIVE song!
Come and join me!
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Kayla, Asst. Teacher in Earth Room Infants., is sharing the following:

SENSORY PLAY

One of the key elements for development in babies is sensory play and the outdoors is filled with new things to explore and stimulate their senses. Let them crawl around in new terrains – grass, dirt, sand, leaves, etc. Let them pick up new materials – rocks, sticks, sand or mud. Just keep a careful eye to make sure their new finds don’t turn into their next picnic.

This time of year things are being uncovered like elements and objects listed above get out and explore in it. You can bring buckets or containers for collecting things or dumping and pouring. Some things can also be used for other activities like the rocks we collected and then painted.

GET DIRTY

Don’t be afraid to let them get dirty! Let them squish the mud or scoot through the dirt or roll around in the grass.

It’s great to have outdoor clothes that can get messy. 😀
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Kayla, Asst. Teacher in Earth Room Infants., is sharing the following:  

SENSORY PLAY

One of the key elements for development in babies is sensory play and the outdoors is filled with new things to explore and stimulate their senses. Let them crawl around in new terrains – grass, dirt, sand, leaves, etc. Let them pick up new materials – rocks, sticks, sand or mud. Just keep a careful eye to make sure their new finds don’t turn into their next picnic.

This time of year things are being uncovered like elements and objects listed above get out and explore in it. You can bring buckets or containers for collecting things or dumping and pouring. Some things can also be used for other activities like the rocks we collected and then painted. 

GET DIRTY

Don’t be afraid to let them get dirty! Let them squish the mud or scoot through the dirt or roll around in the grass. 

It’s great to have outdoor clothes that can get messy. 😀

Kayla, Asst. Teacher in Earth Room Infants, is sharing her bedtime book with you. Reading is great for growing attention spans. It's also great for developing language by either reading or just looking and labeling pictures in a story. ... See MoreSee Less

Kayla, Asst. Teacher in Earth Room Infants, would like to share her bedtime book, "Ducks in Muck," by Lori Haskins. Reading is great for growing attention spans. It's also great for developing language by either reading or just looking and labeling pictures in a story. ... See MoreSee Less

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