Apple Math Activities for Preschoolers

Apple Math Activities That Are So A-peel-ing

As we peel into our apple math activities, I figured I would share some interesting apple facts involving numbers. There are 7,500 varieties of apples grown worldwide, and 2,500 of those types are grown in the United States. It takes about 2 pounds of apples to make an apple pie,

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Pond Books for Preschoolers

Pond Books for Preschoolers You’ll Love to Dive Into

Looking for some fun and engaging pond books for preschoolers? You’ll love these great picks! From stories about frogs and ducks to informational books about the animals that live in ponds, your little one is sure to find something they enjoy. So dive on in and explore these must-read pond

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Pond sensory activities with ducks in blue water.

4 Pond Sensory Bins To Help Us Go With the Flow

Sensory play is always a big splash in our house, especially when paired with a pond theme. Water, water beads, play dough – need I say more? Water play alone engages my little ones for an hour straight, taking their imaginations from the pond to a waterfall and a tornado.

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Pond math activities with a frog feeding activity.

5 Pond Math Activities Dripping with Delight

On one of our nightly walks about a month ago, we discovered a small pond in our neighborhood. To my two little girls, this delightful discovery made them giggle and squeal with joy. When we came back a few weeks later, we saw goslings! Our excitement could not be contained!

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Garden fine motor activities

Garden Fine Motor Activities: Grow Big or Go Home!

Let’s dig in and get our hands dirty with these garden fine motor activities for preschool. Just provide your toddlers with simple materials to engage the senses: the ping of dried black beans against a metal shovel, the smell of floral play dough, the feel of jumping like a grasshopper,

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Garden Math Activities for Preschoolers

5 Garden Math Activities for Preschoolers’ Growing Minds

Nature contains mathematical wonders and patterns. Rose petals spiral into one another, symmetrical leaves unfold in the spring, and daisies blossom a certain number of petals. As we step into the gardening theme, we can appreciate the mathematical beauty of nature as we explore foundational skills for our preschoolers. Here

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