Children tromped in the snow and examined winter animal clues (we even found a raccoon taill…) We built forts with old Christmas trees, too. We are loving the all this snow! .
This Week’s Adventures: Signs of animals are all around! This week we uncover animal secrets by following clues! Favorite Activities:We loved making muddy boot tracks to show that we leave only footprints as our own clues on the trail. We also loved making little shelters from recycled boxes and camouflaging them in the woods. A… Read more »
This Week’s Adventures: We counted our way through spring clues! We had fun using colorful eggs for sorting and matching. We made “stained glass” art of many spring clues, such as rain drops, birds, and butterflies. We counted buds on the trees, tiny wildflowers blooming, and hawks soaring over the meadow. We had a cork scavenger… Read more »
This Week’s Adventures: We were really making tracks learning all about the shapes of different animals’ feet. Favorite Activities: We loved stamping animal tracks on artwork and narrating stories about these animals. We examined deer hides, antlers, and feet. We searched for (and created our own!) animal tracks on the trail and in our natural… Read more »