A geode kit is a fun way to learn learn about rocks! Kids will love to watch geodes crack open and explore the inside with great books about rocks!
We learned about the parts of a flower with dot stickers! This is a fun, quick, and easy way for kids to memorize sight words related to flower anatomy.
The Giving Tree is a timeless, poetic story about a generous tree and a growing boy with changing needs and interests. Reading video and learning activity included with this book review.
一片叶子落下来 (The Fall of Freddie the Leaf) is a beautiful, nature-inspired story about friendship and changing seasons in life and death. The simple-appearing picture book has a deeper meaning that children and adults of all ages can appreciate.
孩子的彩色启蒙全书 (Usborne Big Book of Colors) is a fun, interactive book that teaches basic colors. Toddlers can enjoy a variety of color learning activities along with the book!
Story stones are a fun way to bring the Very Hungry Caterpillar book to life! Kids learn matching, sequencing, healthy versus unhealthy food, and more!
Pipette painting is a fun process art activity! With different fabrics as the canvas, kids can learn color science while strengthening fine motor skills!
画一个星星给我 (Draw Me a Star) is a beautiful picture book by Eric Carle. We read this book and then applied what we learned! Both kids had a blast dot painting, and I helped my daughter draw & cut the stars. Every star turned out to be beautiful and unique!
谁喜欢雨？(Who Likes Rain?) is a book about rain's playful sounds! A matching activity with recycled bottle cap raindrops is a fun way to review Chinese words!
Rainbow Chameleon 变色龙捉迷藏 is an adorable book about a chameleon who is looking for his friend. The interactive tabs and colorful spinning wheels show how the chameleon adapts to its environment during this game of hide and seek! A spinning paper plate chameleon craft also extends the learning fun!
A fun and educational paper plate craft that reinforces fish anatomy: 鱼 (yú / fish), 鳞 (lín / scale), 尾 (wěi / tail), 鳍 (qí / fin), and 目(mù / eye).