Fall offers plenty of natural materials to use with children--twigs, rocks, pinecones, you name it! Especially beautiful and useful are leaves. Leaves and their different shapes, patterns, and changing colors give children many opportunities to learn. These activities will inspire you to incorporate leaves in your next activities. Click on each picture for more details.
Autumn is a great time to let children explore and play with materials found in nature. Our small world play area presents an environment in which your children can develop their creativity and imaginations as they explore, pretend, and play with a variety of nature materials and small toy animals.
Children often learn best and retain the most information when they use their senses. Our fall-themed sensory activities will encourage your preschoolers and kindergarteners to use all five senses as they explore, create, play, and investigate.
Create an inspiring tree play area where preschool children will love to explore, discover, and create stories and decorate the tree for all seasons.
You will need a narrow wall mirror and some branches with some leaves still attached.
Summer time offers us a great opportunity to take much of our learning outside and let children play and explore different materials with all their senses.
Grade, Age Range or Specialized Learner: Multi-age, Preschool/Pre-K, 3-5 year old
In One Stuck Duck, a duck gets stuck in the muck and many of his animal friends come to try and help him escape the mucky mess. This scenario just shouts sensory experience!
Mucky Duck Goop Sensory Play
How is mud made? What are the differences between dirt and mud? How does mud feel? These are some of the questions children answer as they explore dirt, water, and the results of mixing the two: MUD or MUCK!
Muck Science and Sensory Preschool and Kindergarten Activities
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